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ISSUE 55 ■ JANUARY 1994 ■ £3.95 



FOR YOUR AMIGA 



Get the better of 
Workbench! Diskmaster 2 
will organise your files 

Blow your mind with 
Virgin's best ever 
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what's in this packed issue to help you 
get the most from your new machine. 



AMIGA FORMAT 



ISSUE 55 



JANUARY 1994 






CD 32 , always an attractive 
prospect, just got better. 



CD 32 gets even more attractive 

Commodore have added more titles to the CD 32 bundle to attract buyers. 

Vivid Imagination 

The winners of the Amiga Format Vivid Image competition. 

Amiga shows its strength 18 

Commodore put the rest to shame at the Future Entertainment Show. 



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24-bit graphics cards 

See how to get a 17 million colour Amiga display. 

Vidi 24 

Another video digitiser rolls from the Rombo production line. 

Adorage 2 

Create and animate stunning super-smooth video effects. 

Overdrive 

Discover the Amiga's first PCMCIA socket hard disk. 



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Final Writer 

Is this word processor from SoftWood a step on from Final Copy? 



Fargo Primera 

One of the most stunning colour printers we have ever seen. 



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Mega Chip 

Power Computing's answer to those 'not enough chip mem blues'. 



XL Internal 



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Now Amiga users can get Power's excellent HD drive on the inside. 

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Get amazing colour printouts with the 
Fargo Primera printer. p 140 



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Essence 

Add bumps and textures to your 3D renders. 

Oktagon 2008 

Get SCSI 2 power in your big box Amiga. 

Multiface Card 3 

Get yourself more ports. Two serial and a parallel. 

Educational Software 153 

Find out how to learn from your Amiga. We take a look at the 
latest programs aimed at younger Amiga users. 



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Workbench 

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Imagine 2.0 tutorial 

Letters 

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Rombo's latest little box offers 24-bit 
digitising in real time. p 128 




Some of the most impressive Star Trek 
art yet seen in the Public Domain! p 162 



Coming Attractions 
Next big thing? 
Liberation 
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in. Every month we're here 
to help you get more power 
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Somewhere, and you may be trying to 
forget where, you have a Workbench 
disk. It might not find its way into your 
disk drive as frequently as your copy of 
Cannon Fodder, but if you really want to 
get the most out of your Amiga you 
will have to slip it in there occasion- 



ally. But it is a bit of a bind, and the 
Shell (or CLI) is even worse, ail that 
typing and stuff. Wouldn't it be nice if 
you could harness all that power with- 
out having to get your hands dirty with 
that difficult techie stuff. 

You can! Directory programs are 
the answer to a technophobe's prayers, 
and for those who aren't afraid of 
Virginia Workbench, they are a power- 
ful tool to maximising the potential of 
their machine. Directory programs are 
by far the most used packages on the 

Amigas in our office. 

So this month we decided to give 
you a fine example of this useful genre 
of program. So load up DiskMaster 2 
and discover just how easy it can be to 
do all those tiresome tasks like copying 
and deleting files, formatting disks, 
displaying pictures and much more. 




Beneath a Steel Sky 

If pointing and clicking in an adventurous fashion 
is your idea of a great computer game. Beneath A 
Steel Sky will be your idea of heaven. If you 
haven't given graphic adventures a whirl yet, now 
is your chance with this great demo of Revolution 
Software's latest. 




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RETRIBUTION 

Now into Chapter 3 of Crying Freeman. 
Retribution serves up another 
ruthless helping of callous killing 
and naked destiny. The 108 
Dragons come under a murderous 
attack from a gang of political 
mercenaries known as the 
African Tusk. 

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the slaughter of his leaders 
and defend the reputation of 
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GETTING STARTED 



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which will enable you to copy and manipulate 
hies with great case, without ever having, to 
resort to the CU or Workbench. 

You can automatically view picture files. 
list archives and hoar sound samples just by 
clicking on their filenames. 

There is no need to muck about decom- 
pressing the disk this month - It has all been 
set up ready-to-90. All you have to do is turn 
off your machine, leave it for about 10 second* 
and then fire it up again. Insert the Coverdisk 



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Disk 55b is autobooting, so if you want to play 
this special demo of Revolution Software's 
graphic adventure, just stick disk SSb into your 
drive and turn on the machine, or perform a 





On this month's disks we bring you Diskmaster 2 - probably the most 

powerful disk utility program on the Amiga, and a demo of Revolution 

Software's stunning graphic adventure, Beneath a Steel Sky. 





STUMPED BY THE Shell:- ( ..nfusr.l In 

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I h\U Master 2 is here. It will ah* vou .111 c.is\ w.i\ 10 

look at pictures, read texi file>. riispl.n in .mimaiion 

,iiul listen tn sound samples, and more, With this 
single utilin \<>\\ i.m replair do/en-* <>l nmimaiuls 
.ind still do more than is possible from tin- Shell or 
Workbench. Bectei still, everything is omiiolled 
with simple dicta on the mouse buttons, 

I'robabh die mOH powerful disk utility juttgrani 
available. DiskMtUttl 2ttfll revolutionise the wa\ vou 
use your Arnica. \\< think that you'll agree that ii is 
one of the iimsi uselul progiams we have rvei given 

away. Don'l worry about anj decompuvion hassles 

- the l')i\k\lti\tri 2ilisk is nSady-to-go. Switi Ii on vour 
Amig-a and hang ihe auio-booting disk in the drive. 
Vlu-i ii has loaded, vou'll sec .1 screen mumming 
(hire hoxe* lull • it i« hie looking stuff. Now you're 
read) for some ter&OUS file handling. 

Rv default th\l,\taster 2 opens two file display 
windows, the Sonne window and the Destination, 
and <>ne command window. Commands arc issued 

by fust highlighting one or more files or directories 

in the Source window, and then clicking on the 
desired command in ihe Command window 

When DiskMasta 2 first loads, the left-hand file 

window will contain -i lisl < if all the devil es, volumes 

and assigns it can find. To select a directory, you 

di(k u once - to enter it. you double dick. The 

right-hand file window is a listing ol the contents of 
the internal Boppj disk. It contains sevenl directo- 
ries and programs- the file DM2 is DiskMastor 2 . 

For now. double click on the duet ton railed 




This is the awesome sight that will greet you after boot- 
ing from the DiskMaster 2 floppy disk. 

News and Updates' in ihe right-hand window. The 

listing will change to represent die files thai are 

contained in this subdirectory. Locale die file 
l'iotfraiuiue_< Changes and double click on it. 

This will demonstrate an important featuie <»i 

DukMoste 2- the automatii drict lion of file ivpes. 

As Programme_Changea is .t text file, DiskMost*r2 

knows to display the contents of ihe file 011-scieeii. 
Vou can look through ihe texi with the arrow keys, 
01 return to die main displav by clicking the righl 
hand mouse button. Find the small letter S in the 
window frame. This indicates di.it the current win- 
dow is the Source directory, but if vou click on it 
the file window will change as ii returns to its parent 
- ihe dne< kxv direcih above* If vou click on the S 
enough, vou'll return to a list ol devices and assigns, 
When the S is replaced b\ a 1). this means die win- 
dow is the Destination window. 

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USING SUPERJAM! IN LOW MEMORY 



Some people seem to be having trouble with using SuperJAM! 
on a 1Mb Amiga. It does work. Honestly. However, with only 
1Mb you won't have much room to play around with lots of 
samples. Unless you follow these simple steps: 

1 Boot up from Workbench. 

2 Insert your SuperJAM! and double-dick on the disk icon. 

3 Click once on the Icon and then select "Information" from 
the Workbench "Icon" menu. 

4 In the window which appears, edit the tool types by click- 
ing on them and changing the text which appears on the 
text gadget at the bottom of the window. 

5 You want to change the following tool types: 
CLOSEWORKBENCH=OFF to CLOSEWORKBENCHrON 
GREYSCALE=OFF to GREYSCALE=ON 
SLOWREFRESH=OFF fo SLOWREFRESH ON 



G Save these changes and run 

SuperJAM! by double-clicking on 
the icon. 

7 When the program has loaded, 
select "styles" from the top bar. 

8 Click on a style you will not be 
using and select "Remove" from the 
leftmost menu. 

9 Repeat step 8 if necessary. 

10 By taking these steps you should 
have freed up a certain amount of 
memory on your Amiga; enough for 
you to fit in some more samples 
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COMMANDS 




When a file or directory is highlighted, dick on a com- 
mand to actually do something with it. 

" he list of commands in the centre of the 
screen provide you with some great ways 
of performing mundane file handling. 
With the Source window in one directory, and the 
Destination window in another copying files is 
easy. Here's how to copy lots of files at once: first 
pick a file window, and locate the directory to 



which you want to copy the files. Next highlight 
the files you want to copy in the other window. 

that as soon as you click on in a window it 
turns from a Source to a Destination window. 

Highlight as many files as you like by single- 
clicking them, and then click on Size Check In the 
Command window (you may need to move the 
Command Window's scroll bar to make the com- 
mand visible) . Now this is something that the 
Shell can't do - DiskMaster 2 will let you know if 
there is room to copy the files before the copying 
begins. If the message 'Not enough room' appears 
In the title bar, you know you'll to have a rethink. 

The top two entries in the Command Window 
are quick ways of moving around. Root will 
return you to the disk or device you first 
selected, and Parent will bring you back up a 
level. The next four commands control the high- 
lighting of files. Clicking on ALL will highlight alt 
the files and directories displayed, and Clear will 
do the opposite. Select and Exclude give you the 
option of specifying a pattern with which to 
selectively choose files. For example, the string 
Mr? will only select files which have IFF at the 
end of their name. 

The other commands are fairly serf explana- 
tory. Read will display a text file, HexRead will 



display the file in hexadecimal (for programmers), 
ShowPic will display any IFF graphic images (and 
will also play sound samples) and Copy will copy 
file. Move is like Copy, but the original is deleted 
after the copying is finished. Copy Newer will 
copy files, but will only replace files in the desti- 
nation if the new files have a more recent 
creation date. 

Rename will change the name of a high- 
lighted file or drawer, and Print will send a file to 
a printer (W connected). Find is a very useful com- 
mand if you have a hard disk and keep losing files 
- DiskMaster 2 will search the selected device 
until it finds them for you. 

Protect will allow the status bits of file to be 
changed, and Comment will allow a small 
reminder note to be added to each file. Find will 
search a device or volume which has been high- 
lighted for a file with a particular name. MakeDir 
is useful, as it allows an entirely new sub-direc- 
tory to be created, and if you click on the Make 
Icon button instead of the OK button, a drawer 
icon will also be created. 

Lucky owners of A1200 and A4000 machines 
can use the ViewAGA command to display 256- 
colour and HAM8 IFF images. This command won't 
function on non-AGA machines, 



CUSTOMISATION 




The beauty of DiskMaster 2 Is that you can change it to suit your 
way of working. Before long, no two copies will look the same. 

Practically every feature of DiskMaster 2 can be changed 
to suit your own way of working. The screen, the windows, 
the colours - everything can be altered and saved as a prefer- 
ence. There are 11 different settings saved on the Coverdisk, in 
the Examples drawer. To load one, first highlight it with a sin- 
gle click and then select Run DM Script from the Tools menu. 
These Scripts are plain text files, and you will learn a lot about 
how DiskMaster 2 can be configured if you read through them. 

The script called Startup. DM is loaded and executed auto- 
matically each time DiskMaster 2 is loaded. By altering this file 
(the copy in the S: directory has priority over the one in the 
examples drawer) you can get DiskMaster 2 to start in exactly 
the way you want it to. You can even get it to open on the 
standard Workbench screen if you want. 

There are several menu options which will help you fine- 
tune DiskMaster 2. Display Format in Project will define how 
the filenames, sizes and dates are displayed - try altering the 
positions of the letter in the requester. Also in the Project 
menu. Palette will alter the colours, and Save Config will allow 
you to store your settings on disk. If you save them with the 
name Start up. DM in the s: directory, they will be used each 
time DiskMaster 2 is loaded. 

You can also open more windows, select a different font 
and lock the windows as either Source or Destination in case 
you get confused. 

If you are running a PAL Amiga, one of the first things you 
will want to do is to resize the windows to fill the entire 
screen. Simply drag and stretch them, list any other 
Workbench window, and then select Save Config from the 
Project menu to make the change permanent. 



DISK STRUCTURE 

To use DiskMaster 2 properly, you will need to know a little bit about how data is 
organised when it is stored on to a disk. The disk structure looks a little like an upside- 
down tree, with branches sprouting off in all directions. 

The 'root' of the tree is the disk (either floppy or hard) itself. It is usual to create 
sub-directories or 'drawers' on the disk to help add a little order. Each drawer can con- 
tain files, other drawers or a mixture of both - see the picture at the bottom of this 
panel for an example. 

When you copy, move or delete a drawer you will also effect all the files and 
drawers contained within it - so be careful you don't accidentally erase valuable infor- 
mation. Each time you move down the tree into a directory you will only see the files. 

DiskMaster 2 will display devices with a short label in brackets after the name. 
There are three types: 

(DEV) - indicates the entry is the device name of a physical storage device. 
(VOL) - indicates the entry is the volume name of a physical storage device. 
(ASN) - indicates the entry is the name of an assignment made to a storage device. 

For example, dfO: is a device (DEV), as it refers to the internal floppy disk whereas 
AF55A is the volume name (VOL) of the same floppy disk. In this case both names are 
equivalent. The assign C: (ASG) refers to a path set up as the Coverdisk booted and pro- 
vides a shortcut to the C directory on the boot disk. You can setup your own assign 
statement at the Shell: for example, ASSIGN PLOP: DFO: will provide yet another way 
to access the internal floppy. 

Directories are displayed at the top of the File Display window. They can be distin- 
guished from files by the fact that they show no file size and are displayed in a 
different colour. 

Many files appear with an .info extension. These files are actually icons, and if you 
delete the .info file (not a good idea) the icon will disappear from the Workbench. 



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read the contents and 
display them. 

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A disk is organised in a special way to help you keep track of every- 
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The DiskMaster 2 pull-down menu makes using 
floppy disks a lot quicker, as it can copy and for- 
mat using single disks, or up to four at a time if 
you have any external disk drives connected. 

FORMAT 

The requester that pops up allows up to four 
disks to be formatted simultaneously. Click the 
drive names you require (dfO: is the internal 
drive), and enter new names if you require. 

Before you click GO (or Cancel to chicken 
out), you can highlight one or more of the four 
option buttons. 

QUICK - will re-format a previously formatted 
disk very quickly. 

VERIFY - will check the formatting is working 
perfectly. 
INSTALL - witl make the formatted disk(s) 



bootable and FFS will format using the Fast File 
System which Workbench 2 and above supports. 

DISKCOPY 

The gadget to the left of the Multicopy button is 
the source drive, cycle through any other drives 
by clicking on it. Highlight the drive(s) listed 
below it to indicate the drive you want the copy 
to be made to. If the Multicopy is highlighted, 
the contents of the Source disk will be stored in 
memory which will speed up the copying process 
many times over. 

OTHERS 

The other menu options are short cuts for for- 
matting and copying disks in the dfO: and/or df 1: 
drives. Clear dfO: will erase all the contents of the 
disk in the internal drive. 



ARCHIVING 




The mysteries of the LHA files can now be revealed: 
simply use the pull down menu. 

DiskMaster 2 will simplify the entire process of 
archiving. We have included the most popular 
archiver (LHA) on the disk, and managed to sup- 
ply another (ZOO) in squeezed format. 

The purpose of archiving is to pack one or 
more files into a single file which is smaller than 
the sum of its parts. To make an LHA archive, 
select several files. Now select Lha Add from the 
archives menu, and you will be asked to name 
the archive. You can also alter the path by enter- 
ing: RAM:PLOP.LHA. An archive called PLOP will 
be appear in the RAM disk. You can list the con- 
tents of an LHA file by highlighting it and 
selecting Lha List and extract files using: 
Lha X >Dest - will extract the files into the 
Destination file window. Lha Extract - will 
extract the files into the current file window. 
Lha X Req - will ask where you want the 
extracted files to be places. 

The other commands (ZOO, ARC) will only 
function when there is a working copy of ZOO 
and ARC in the C: directory of the WB disk. 



ADDING NEW COMMANDS 






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Adding new commands 
means thinking of a groovy 
name, and writing a short 
command script. 



The most powerful feature of DiskMaster 2 is the 
way in which new commands can be added. 
Here's how to add an Edit button that will allow 
text files to be directly loaded for editing. 

First select ADD from the Project menu. A 
requester appears, and it needs a name, a number 
and a command string separated by commas. 

The name is the name of the command - pick 
something short, but descriptive. The two digit 
number defines the background and foreground 
pens used to display the title. The command 
string is a list of instructions to be carried out 
when the command is executed. 

Here is how to add a custom delete command 
called 'Nuke'. Type the following into the com- 
mand template requestor: 

NUKE, 10, Confirm "Are you sure you want 
this file nuked?" Yeah! Nope!; Delete %s 

The new Nuke command will appear in the 
central command window. In this case the com- 
mand string consists of two parts, separated by 



semicolons. The first part makes use on a built-in 
command called 'confirm'. If the second entry 
after confirm is selected, the command will termi- 
nate. If the first entry is selected, the script will 
carry on to the next command. 

The next command is Delete, and the '%s' 
after it is DiskMaster' *. way of passing the names 
of the selected files to it. You can use ordinary 
AmigaDOS commands in your command strings, 
as long as you proceed them with the keyword 
EXTERNAL. So, if you wanted to add an edit com- 
mand, you might used a command string like this: 
EDIT,10,ScrBack;Extern c:ed %s;ScrFront 
The ScrBack and ScrFront are DiskMaster 2 
commands to ensure the ED window is visible. 
The snag with this example is that there wasn't 
room on the Coverdisk to include the AmigaDOS 
ED function. The best way around this is to copy 
DiskMaster 2 across to your normal WB disk. As it 
can replace dozens of other utilities, you should 
be able to delete a few other files to make room. 




One of the first things you should get DiskMaster 2 
to do is to back itself up on to a spare floppy disk. 

Before you settle down to get to know 
DiskMaster 2 you should back up the floppy in 
case something untoward happens. You can use 
the normal Workbench and Shell method, but 
you might want to take this opportunity to use 
DiskMaster 2. 

Before you start ensure the Coverdisk is 
write-protected (slide the little plastic tab up) 
and you have a blank disk which is write- 
enabled. With the Coverdisk in the drive, 
highlight the dfO: device in either File Window 
(you might need to click on S or D until the list 
appears). Now use the right mouse button to 
bring up the Disk Menu and select the Copy dfO: 
dfO: option. 

Depending on memory, DiskMaster 2 will 
ask you to swap disks a number of times, but 
when the process has finished you will have a 
security copy of your Coverdisk to put in a safe 
place, just in case anything goes wrong.' 




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13.49 



9.99 



12.49 



12.49 



ARABIAN NIGHTS 

8.49 



LEMMINGS 2 CIVILISATION A1J00 SPEEDBALL 2 



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14.49 



16.49 



7.99 



DELUXE PAINT 3 

9.99 



SOCCER KID 



18.99 




X.F.T.D.ANTS 

14.99 



PREMIERE 

11.99 



INT L RUGBY 

7.99 



LOTUS 3 NIGEL MANSELLS PREMIER MGR ZOOL 

10.49 8.99 9.99 10.49 




KNIGHTS OF THE SKY LINKS (GOLF) S OF MONKEY ISL DOGFIGHT 

12.99 12.99 12.99 22.99 



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SHADOWORLDS ELITE 

8.99 12.99 

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12,99 9.99 



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11.49 



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12.99 



9,99 



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13.99 



i ATTACK SUB 
A TRAW(lMEG) 
A TRAIN CONSTRUCTED* SET (1 MEG)12 49 
A380 AIR-BUS |1 MEG) (NOP| 18.88 

A320 AIRBUS lUSA VERStON>(1 MEG) 22.49 



AODAMS FAMILY \\ MEG) 
ADVANTAGE Tr NWS (NOl2> 
AIR8UCK5 



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17.49 
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AIR FORCE COMMANDER 1 1 MEGl 
AIR SUPPORT „ 

AIR. LAND A Sf A 
(699 ATTACK SUB INOY 500 

fr6*NTERCEPTORHNOl2> 23.49 

AIRBUCKS1 2 (A1200 VERSION) 20.99 

ALIEN 3 ie« 

AMEN BREED (SPECIAL EDIT10NX1 MEG) 9.49 
ALIEN BREED 2 <l MEG) 174* 

ALIEN BREEO J <A1?00 VERSKWi 18-98 

AMBERSTAB 1649 

AMERICAN GLADIATORS (N012) 1699 

AMNIOS *M 

ANOTHER WORLD 12,49 

APIDYA «4§ 

APOCALVPSE (1 MEG) 1849 

APA8JAN NIGHTS 6.48 

ARCHER MACLEAN S POOL - 18« 

ARKANOI0 2 7 99 

ASSASSIN 1 1 MEGl 12 49 

ASSASSIN REMIX 10 99 

BAT 2 23-49 

BIT FLYING FORTRESS (1 MEG) 1249 

18-99 



BATWAN RETURNS 
BATMAN THE MOVIE 
BATTLE t&LE 93 

BATTLE OF BRITAIN 

BFACH VOLLEY |NOl2) 

BENEATH THE STEEL SKY {» MEG) 

BENEFACTOR (1 MEGl 

BILLS TOMATO GAME 
BLADE OF DESTINY (1 MEG) 
BLAST ARM MEO) 

BLOBlT MEG) 

BLUES BROTHERS 

BOBSBADDAV 

BODVBLOWSlI MEG) 

BODY BLOWS (A120O VERSION! 
BODY BLOWS GALACTK < 1 MEG 
BOOT BLOWS GALACTIC < A :2C0 
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14 49 

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7 49 

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16.99 

19.49 

17.49 

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1799 

16 99 

17 99 
1649 

949 
16 49 
16 49 



BURNING RUBBER (A12O0 VERSION) 

CADAVER (N012) 

CAESAR (t MEGHN012) 

CAESER DELUXE 

CAMPAIGNS MEG) 

CAMPAIGN 2 n MEG) 22 99 

CANNON FOOOER MEG) 20,49 

CARDIACS 9.49 

CELTIC LEGENDS 16.49 

CHAMPIONSHIP MANAGER 93 

UPOATE DISK II MEG) ...9.48 

CHAMPIONSHIP MANAGER 9»4 (1 UEG| 17.99 

CHAOSENGINE 1749 

CHAOS ENGINE IA12O0 VERSION) IB 49 

CHUCK ROCK 2 MEG) 10.49 

CIVILISATION (1 MEG) 23 49 

CIVILISATION (A1200 VERSION) 16.49 

COMBAT AIR PATROL 20-49 

COMBAT CLASSICS 

<Fi$ STRIKE EAGLE 2 663 ATTACK SUB 

TEAM YANKEEjP MEGhNO'2) '*W 

COOL SPOT 2048 

COOL WORLD (1 MEG) » 1799 
CORPORATION* 8 99 

CORRUPTION jWSCROLLS) 7.49 

CREEPERS 16 49 

CRUISE FOR A CORPSE 1 1 99 

CRYSTAL KINGDOM DIZZY 1 249 

CYBERPUNK 1SJ9 

CYBERSPACE (1 MEG) 22.99 

DARKMERE (1 MEO) 20,49 

DARK5£ED(1 MEGl 21,49 



DENNIS 

OCNNIS(A1200 VERSION) 
OESERT STRIKE <1 MEG) 
DISPOSABLE HERO 

DIZZY PANIC 

OOZY PRINCE YOLKFOLK 
DIZZY'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE 

DOGFIGHT^ MEG) n 

DONKM MEG) 
DOODLEBUG 
DRACULAH MEG) 
DREAMLANDS 
(TflANSARTICA. STORM 

l$HAR)0 MEGi 18J9 

OREAMWEBd MEG) 22 99 

DUNE(1 MEG) 19.49 









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19 49 
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20 49 



DUNE 2 BATTLE FOR ARRAKIS \ I MEGlZO.49 
DUNGEON MASTER A 

CHAOS STRIKES BACK <i MEG) 13 99 

OtNA BLASTERS 20 49 

ELrTE , 12 99 

ELITE 2 (FRONTIER) (l MEG) . 1999 

IMCP MEG) 19.89 

ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE 
ROBOT MONSTERS |N012) 7 99 

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS M MEO) 1759 

EYE Of THE BEHOLDER (£50(1 MEG) 13 99 
EYE OF THE BEHOLDER 2 (1 MEG) 24 49 

FMDOMARKul MEG) 17 99 

F117A STEALTH FIGHTER 2.0(1 MEGl 22.99 
F15 STRIKE EAGLE 2 |1 MEG) 12 49 

1 F17CHALLENGE 1049 

F19 STEALTH FIGHTER (NOP) 7 99 

F29 RETALIATOR (1 MEG} - 1949 

FABLES A FIENDS* 

LEGEND OF KVRANCHA (NO?2) (1 MEG) 23 99 

FACE OFF ICE HOCKEY (N012) 9 49 

FANTASTIC WORLDS 

(REALMS PIRATES. MEGALOMANIA. 

POPULOUS. WONDERLAND) 

(1 MEG>(NOl2) 2349 

FIRST DIVISION MANAGER 7 99 

FIRST SAMURAI - MEGA LO MANIA (N012I 1 3 99 

FLAMES OF FREEDOM (UlDW)NTER 2)10 99 

FLASHBACK <1 MEG) 20*89 

FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR 2 (N012) .8.49 

FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX 13 49 

FUTURE WARS (N012| 10 49 

02H MEG. 17J8 

GAUNTLET 2. 7JB 

GEAR WORKS .15.48 

GENESU(IMEG) .20.49 

GHOULS N GHOSTS 7.99 

OLOBDULE 20« 

COAL 14,49 

GOBLIUNS2 1149 

GOLF WORLD CLASS LEADERBOARD 6 99 
GRAHAM GOOCH DATA DISK .. 13.99 

GRAHAM GOOCH WORLD 

CLASS CRICKET M MEG) 18.48 

GRAHAM TAYLORS 

SOCCER MANAGER (1 MEG) 9,49 

GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT 9.49 

GUNSHiP 2000 ( 1 MEGl 22 99 

HEAD OVER HEEL5 789 

HEROOUEST. DATA DISK (NOl2i 6 99 

HEROOUEST 2 - 
THE LEGACY OF SORASIL (1 MEG) .16.99 

HILL STREET BLUES (N012) 9.49 

HIRED GUNS (1 MEG) 22.49 

HISTORYLINE 191416(1 MEG) 22 99 

HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION 
iROBOCOP. GH0STBUSTER5 2 
INDIANA JONES ACTION. BATMAN T 

HE MOVIE) D'SfNOP) 9M 

HOOK 1149 

HUMANS 2(1 MEG) ■ 18» 

HUMANS DATA DISK <N012> 19 49 

HUNTER (N012i . 7 99 

w * ' in? 

WMOATAL INOU- 10 49 

INDIANA JONES 2 ACTION 
(FATE OF ATLANTIS) 17 99 

INDIANA JONES ACTION 5 99 

INDIANA JONES ADVENTURE .1149 

INDIANA JONES FATE OF ATLANTIS 
ADVENTURE (T MEGl 24 49 

BWOCENT (1 MEG* 22 99 

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY CHALLENGE 7 99 
ISHAR 2 - LEGIONS OF CHAOS (1 MEG)11 49 
ISHAR2 LEGIONS OF CHAOS 

(A12O0 VERSION) 18,88 

IT CAME FROM THE DESERT PLUS 

ANT HEADS DATA DISK |1 MEG) 14 99 

JACK NICKLAUS GOLF 6 49 

JAGUAR XJ220M MEG) 9.89 

JAMESPOND 649 

JIMMY WHITES SNOOKER 15.89 

JINXTER(M/SCROLLS) 4.49 

JOHN MADDENS (US) FOOTBALL 1799 

JURASS*C PARK (1 MEG) t7 99 

JURASSIC PARK (A1200 VERSION* 19 49 

K840 (UTOPIA 2) M MEGl 18.48 

KEVIN KEEGAN S PLAYER 
WANAGERn MEG>- 19 99 

KOB 20.49 

KICK OFF 2(1 MEO) (N012) 9 49 

KINGMAKER (1 MEG) • 23.49 

KINGS QUEST 1 11 49 

KINGS QUEST 6(1 MEG)- 22J8 

KNIGHTS OF THE SKY |t MEG) 12.99 

KRUSTY S SUPER FUN HOUSE 18.88 

LAST NINJA ?(NOt3) T.99 

LEGEND (WORLD OF LEGEND) 9.99 

LEGENDS (KRISALI9>(1 MEG) 18.89 

LEGENDS OF VALOUR U MEG) . 23 49 

LEISURE SUIT LARRY i (1 MEG) U« 

LEMMINGS 12.49 

LEMMINGS DATA D<SK - OH NO 1 4 98 

LFMMINGS2 14 49 

LINKS - THE CHALLENGE Of GOLF MEG) 12 99 

LIONHEART 17.99 

LOMBARD RAC RALLY .... 7 99 

LORD OF THE RINGS 1749 

LOST VIKINGS 19 99 

LOTUS 3- THE FINAL 

CHALLENGE (1 MEG) (N012) 10 49 

LOTUS TURBO CHALLENGE 2 (N012) 9 99 
LURE OF THE TEMPTRESS (1 MEGl 19 49 

Ml TANK PLATOON (1 MEG) 1149 

MAQIC BOY 1799 



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MAGICIANS CASTLE (1 
MAGICLANO DIZZY 
MANCHESTER UNlTEO 
MANCHESTER UNITED EUROPE 

MANIAC MANSION (N012) 

MICROMACHINES 

MICROPROSE 3D OOLF (1 MEG) 
MIDWINTER rNOl2l 

MIG29U MEG) 
MONOPOLY 

MORTAL KOUBATii MEG) 
MR NUTZ (AI200 VERSION) 
NEW ZEALAND STORV (N012) .. 

NICK FALDOSGOLF 

NICKYBOOM2 

NIGEL MANSELLS 

WORLD CHAMP SHIP M MEG) 

N«EL MANSELLS WORLD 

CHAMP SHIP (A1200 VERSION) 

NIPPON SAFEST MEG) 

NO SECOND PRIZE 

ONE STEP BEYOND (1 MEG)-.. 

OPERATION STEALTH |N012) 

OPERATION WOLF (N012) 

OVERDRIVE (1 MEGi 
PANG 



PANZA KICK BOXING (NQ12) 

PARASOL STARS 

PATRICIAN (1 MEG) 

PERIHELION(1 MEGi 

POA TOUR GOLF - COURSES 

PGA TOUR GOLF COURSE DISK . 

PWBALL DOUBLE PACK 

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PINBALL FANTASIES 
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PITFIGHTER 

POOLS OF DARKNESS 
POPULOUS A PROMISED LANDS INOU! 
POPULOUS 4 SIM CITY 
POPULOUS 2 H MEG)- 
CHALLENGE DATA DISK 
POPULOUS 2 CHALLENGE 

DATA DISK(1 MEG) 12.49 

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STUNT CAR RACER (N012) 

SUPER CARS(N0'2) 

SUPER CARS2(NOP| 9« 

SUPER FROG (1 MEG) IBM 

SUPER HANG ON 7 99 

SUPERHERO.. 1999 

SUPER SPACE INVADERS 9 49 

SUPER TETRIS 9 99 

SW1TCHBLADE2IN012) 6 49 

5WIV(N0P) 689 

SYNDICATE (l MEG) 22.49 

T2(C0tN0P)|1 MEG) 20.49 

TERMINATOR 2. 20 W 

TFTUA1200 VERSION! 22 99 

THE BLUE 6 THE GREY O MEG) 16 99 

THE LOST TREASURES OF INFOCOM 

(20 CLASSIC INFOCOM TEXT 

ADVENTURES) (N012) 

THE SETTLERS 

THEATRE OF DEATH 
THUNOERHAWK 
TITUS THE FOX 
TORNADO^ MEG) 

TRANSARCTKA 

TROJAN ALIEX {LIGHT PHAZER GAME) 

TROJAN CYBER ASSAULT 

(LIGHT PHAZER GAME) 

TROJAN FIRESTAfl 

(LIGHT PHAZER GAME I 7 49 

TROJAN THE ENFORCER 

ILIGHTF^HAZERGAME) 7 49 

TURRICAN . 789 

TUflRK:AN2 7.89 

TURRICAN 3(1 MEGl 1799 

TV SPORTS FOOTBALL (N012) 6 49 

ULTVMA4(NOl2) 9 49 

UR(OHJM2(l MEQ)« 1799 

UTOPIA - DATA DISK 11 89 



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AMIGA UTILITY 

30 CONSTRUCTION KIT 

(WITH FREE TUTORIAL VlOCOl 1248 

AMOS (GAMES CREATOR) 28.48 

AMOS EASY 

(FIRST STEPS TO PROGRAMMING) .22 49 

AMOS PROFESSIONAL 

(PROFESSIONAL VERSION OF WORLDS 

BEST SELLING GAMES CREATOR" 

MORE COMMANDS MORE FlEXABHJTY 

AND BETTER USER INTIRFACE . 32 49 

AMOS PROFESSIONAL COMPILER 

{COMPILES AND SPEEDS UP 

PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN AMOS. EASY 

AMOS OR AMOS PROFESSIONAL) 24 49 

DELUXE PArNT 3 (WITH ANIMATION) 8 88 

DELUXE PAINT 4 (1 MEG) 

(MAW MODE 4 ANIMATION^ M 48 

DELUXE PAINT 4 (AGA FOR AMIGA 1200 

WORKS IN 256 COLOUR 

AND NEW 8-BIT HAM MODE) 80.49 

HOME ACCOUNTS 5 49 

HOME ACCOUNTS 2 35 49 

KID PI* (1 MEG) 19 49 

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PREMtER MANAGER 

PREMIERE (1 MEG) 

PRIME MOVER 

PRINCE OF PERSIA (1 

PRO TENNIS TOUR 2 

PROJECT X (SPECIAL E0mON)(1 MEG) 

PUGGSYp MEG) 

PUSH-OVER ;t MEGl 

OUIST A GLORY (BLOODWYCH. 

MIDWINTER. CADAVER. BAT) (N012) 13 49 

QUFSTRON2(SSI)(N012) 5.48 

OWAK ..... ...» -- -l-W 

R TVP£(N012). 799 

RAILROAD TYCOON (1 MEG) . 14 49 

RAINBOW COLLECTION 
(BUBBLE BOBBLE RAINBOW ISLANDS 
NEW ZEALAND STORY) (NOP) 9.88 

RALLV(1 MEG) 20 49 

RAVING MAD 

rMEGA TWINS. JAMES POND 2 - 
ROBOCOD ROOLAND) 
REACH FOR THE SKIES 
RICK DANGEROUS <N012) 

ROAORASH 

ROBIN HOOD LEGEND QUEST 
ROBOCOD AEG (A 1200 VERSION) 

R0BOCOP2 

ROBOCOP3(N012) 

ROLLING RONNY (NOT2) 

RORRE S DRIFT 

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT 2 

RYDER CUP 

RYDER CUP \ A WOO VERSION) . 

SABRE TEAM 

SCRABBLE (US GOLD) 

SECOND SAMURAI (1 MEG) 

SECRET OF MONKEY ISLAND (1 
SECRET OF MONKEY ISLANO 2(1 MEO) 24 49 
SENSIBLE SOCCER ('92/83 SEASON) 12 49 
SHADOW OF THE BEAST 2 (ViffTH T-SfflflT) 9 49 
SHADOW OF THE BEAST 3 .♦ 19 99 

SHADOWLAND9 9.49 

SHADOWORLDS(N012) 4 99 

SHUTTLES MEG) 17.49 

SILENT SERVICE 2 1 1 MEGl (NOP1 l 4 49 

SIM CITY DELUXE <$« CITY FUTURE 
CrTlCS A TERRAIN EDITOR) 22 99 

SIM LIFE (A12O0 VERSION) 22.89 

SIMON THE SORCERER < 1 MEG) 22 49 

SIMON THE SORCERER < 41200 VER5*ON)35.49 
SLEEPWALKER 1299 

SOCCER KID 14 89 

SOCCER KID <A!200 VERSION) 19 49 

SOUP TREK iTHE SEARCH FOR STOCK) 16.89 
SPACE CRUSADE . DATA DISK (NOU)14 49 

SPACE HULK 22 99 

SPECIAL FORCES (1 MEG) 9-88 

SPEEOBALL2* 7 99 

SPIRIT OF EXCAHBUR (1 MEG) (NOP) 9 49 
SPORTS MASTERS 
IPGAGOLF INOY 500. AOVANTAGE 
TENNIS. EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 
1882M1 MEGMN012) 20.49 

STAR TREK - 25TH ANNIVERSARY 

(A1 200 VERSION) 22 49 

STARDUST .12 49 



VROOM(N012) 

WALKER 

WAR IN THE GULF 

WAP70NE* 

WHEELS OF FIRE 

(HARD DR1VIN POWFROAiFT. 

CHASE HO TURBO 0UTRUN)(N0l2) 

WHEN TWO WORLDS WAR (1 MEG) 

WING COMMANDER 1(1 MEG) 

WIZ N" LIZ 

W12KID .. 

WONOERDOC 

WOOOYSWORLO 

WWF WRESTLINGIN012) 

WWF WRESTLING 2(1 MEG) . 
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ZOOL (1 MEG) 

ZOOL (A1200 VERSION) 

ZOOLJUMEG) 

AMIGA EDUATIONAL 

ADI ENGLISH (1M2VRS) 

ADI FRENCH (12-13 YRS) 

ADI FRENCH (13*14 VRS) 

ADi JUNIOR COUNTING (6-7 YRS) 

ADI JUNIOR READING |4-5 tflS) 

ADi JUNIOR READING (6-7 YRS) 

ADi MATHS (11-12 YRS, 

ADf MATHS <12*13YftSi 

ADI MATHS (13-14 YRS) 

AMOS EASY (FIRST STEPS TO 

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FUN SCHOOL 2(2-6) 
FUN SCHOOL 2 (W) 
FUN SCHOOL 3 (2-5 YRS) 



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FUN SCHOOL 3 (7* YRS) 

FUN SCHOOL 4 2-5 YRfi) 

FUN SCHOOL 4 5-7 YR$) 
FUN SCHOOL 4 7* YRS) 
FUN SCHOOL SPECIAL- 
MERLIN S MATHS [7-11 YRS) 
FUN SCHOOL SPECIAL - 
PAINT N CREATE 

EDUCATIONAL ART (5* YRS) 

FUN SCHOOL SPECIAL 

SPELLING FAIR (7 13 YRS) 

MEGA MATHS (A LEVEL COURSE) 

MIC RO ENGLISH 

MICRO FRENCH 

MICRO GERMAN 

MICRO MATHS . . , 

MICRO SCIENCE > M MEG) . 

MICRO SPANISH H MEG) 

NODDY S BIG ADVENTURE (FOLLOW 
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11-49 



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(SUPERB FULLY FEATURED 
PACKAGE FOR LOW PRICE) 20 99 

MINI OFFICE (WORD PROCESSOR 
SPREADSHEET. DATABASE 

AND DISK UTILITIES) 36 49 

PC TASK (l MEG) GOOD VALUE SIMPLE 
PC EMULATOR ALLOWING IBM PC 
APPLJCAHONS TO BE USED ON 
YOUR AMIGA PLEASE NOTE THAT 
THIS IS NOT SUITABLE FOR WINDOWS 
OR HIGH END APPLICATIONS 
REQUIRES MS DOS 3 3 OR ABOVE 

SUPPORTS HARD DISK DRIVE 36 99 

PEN PAL WORD PROCESSOR 37 99 

POWERWORKS 

iUAtfiPLAN PLUS SPREADSHEET, 
KIND WOROS 2 WORD PROCESSOR 
INFOFILE DATABASE I (NOP) 16 99 

PUBLISHER <PAGE LAYOUT PACKAGE). 
CAN PROOUCE BLACK AND WHITE 
NEWSLETTERS. FLYERS. ANNUAL 
REPORTS AND MAGAZINES 
REQUIRES ONE EXTERNAL DISK DhIVE 
OR HARD DRIVE O MEGHNOUl 20 89 

TECNOPLUS BUSINESS PACK FOR AM*OA 
(WORDWORTH WORO PROCtSSOR 
K-SPREAD 2 SPREADSHEET AND 
K OATA DATABASE) M MEG) S9 99 

WOROWOATH v.2 WORD PROCESSOR 
(1 MEG AGA COMPATIBLE* 76 49 

WORDWORTH VI IE AMIGA 600 PLUS 
WORD PROCESSOR 

(SPECIAL ENHANCED 2 MEG VERSK>N 
WITH 1 MEG UPGRADE FOR A500P) 60 49 
WORDWORTH VI IE AMIGA 600 WORD 
PROCESSOR 

5PECIAL ENHANCED 2 MEG VERSION 
WITH 1 MEG UPGRADE FOR A600I 96 49 

AMIGA CD 32 

SOFTWARE 



QUICKSHOT 

126F 

MAVERICK 1 

JOYSTICK 

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11.89 




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888 




FREEWHEEL 

STEERING 

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(DIGITAL) 
25 99 



GRAVIS 

JOYSTICK 

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PADOCO GRIP 

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IWalk to the left of the gantry - don't go down the stairs or the cop will 
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2 You now find yourself stranded on a narrow ledge miles above the city 
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vated your robot sidekick Joey. Ask Joey how to fix the Transporter. Exit east. 




5 You enter another workshop. Strike up a conversation with Hobbins - the 
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and red lever. Now exit left. 




e You're back in the room with the goods lift and the still stationary 
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sinks into the floor. Jump down the hole and you're home and dry. 



Backing up your disk 



There are two ways of making a 
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COMMODORE I960 
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Seikosha Speedjet 300... £3 1 9.99 
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bundle into the shops, and we launched it 

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good-looking full colour one." 

The new CD 32 bundle is in die shops now. Commod< 
- „ . t t • ■ ■ i Pleasance predicts sales of 

and any retailers who have the original package more than JQ Q0Q CD 32 S by 

will be supplied with the new sleeve and the chrlrtmas, and another 25.000 
two new games. in the first quarter of 1994. 

Dixons also now stock CD' , increasing its High Street presence, and 
were supplied with 30,000 units on 10 December. The final shipping date 
before Christmas was i" Dnnnhn. supplying retailers all OVCI the IK.. 

"We're really happy with the way tilings are going, but we're not compla- 
< nit," says Pleasance. "Our competitors seem to be reacting - their sales are 
down. We expect to have shifted 70-75.0000 CD 32 s l>\ Christmas, but of 
course we're limited bv availability. 

"Because the A 1200 sales were so astonishing in the summer - I had to 
increase the order by 60 per cent to 180.000 units on what I'd forecast - we 
concentrated on A 1200 manufacture, Hopefullv. in the fust (mailer ol 1994 
we will be able to increase the CD*** sales figure bj Uiothei 25.000 - things 
are certainly looking g« >« >< I 



lore UK MD David 




The new CD 32 bundle now includes the platform game Oscar, puzzle game Diggers. 
the action-packed flight sim Wing Commander and beat-em-up Dangerous Streets. 



Art and animation MicroProse 



Graphic art fans are in lor their annual treat with Hit. Movie '94, a specialised 
computer animation and graphics festival in Riccione, Italy, which takes place 
from 31 March to 4 April, last war more than 6.000 people attended the 
five-dav event which i^ held even wai over Eastei in (he coastal town of 
Riccione, known as the Green Pearl of the Adriadic. 

And talented artists can show ofF their work bv entering the festival's 
annual contest. All entries must be submitted bv 31 J.nui.m 1994. For further 
competition details and more news about the BitMovie '94 Festival, contact 
Bit. Movie, c/o Carlo Mainardi, vai Bologna. 13 - 47036, Riccione. Italy. Fax: 
010 39 541 601962. 



bite back 



Because we know many of our readers will be keen to get their hands on 
Craft, we've arranged a special deal with Black Legend to save you a huge 



£6 



If you want Craft for a mere £19.99 (+£1 p&p) instead of the normal 
£25.99 retail price, just send this coupon and a cheque, postal order or 
credit card order for £20.99 made payable to Black Legend Software to: 

Amiga Format Craft Offer, 
Black Legend Software, 
25 Hart Road, 
St Albans, Herts AL1 1NF. 



Simon Butler, the group marketing 
director of MicroProse, has refuted 
claims made in Amiga Formafs 
Christmas Issue about software theft 
from within the company. 

We printed an interview with a 
small ad dealer who claimed that he 
worked for MicroProse and that he 
was able to get cheap software for 
third parties through a company dis- 
count scheme which, in fact, does 
not exist. 

Simon Butler states: "We strictly 
monitor the amounts of software 
requested by staff. In no instance 
would more than two copies of a 
game go to any one department. 

"Earlier this year a member of 
staff was found to be taking dam- 
aged stock which he then sold. He 
was dismissed. We are satisfied that 



none of the stock offered was sup- 
plied via a MicroProse employee " 

MicroProse were also keen to 
point out that they work extremely 
closely with both the Police and 
Federation Against Software Theft to 
track down software pirates and 
prosecute them. 

"Piracy is killing the software 
industry," they said "and we will not 
stand for it." 

Also in that feature we 
showed o copy of the small ads. 
One phone number was accidentally 
left in. We would like to point out 
that this person has nothing to do 
with pirating software. 

If you need to get in touch 
with FAST (the Federation Against 
Software Theft), contact them on 
0628 660377. 



Vivid imagination wins 
programmer top prize 



Steve Whiteside, a programmer in the defence indus- 
try, has been chosen from hundreds of entries as the 
winner of our Write A Vivid Game competition. 

The competition was to design a game based on 
the outline for Vivid Image's current CD**- project 
Modja. Vivid Image boss Mev Dine said lie had been 
inundated with hundreds of entries, many of an 
extremely high standard. 

Steve, fom Christchurch in Dorset, met the Vivid 
Image team ai tin- FES show at Olympia and collected 
his prize of an A 1200 donated by Commodore. The 



limner up was 14-year-old Stewart Needham from 
West Hallan in Derbyshire who won a CD . 

"We chose Stewart because of the sheer amount of 
work and efforl he put in. A lot of the people who 
entered the competition must have spent weeks or 
months working on their entries," said Mev. 

"We are considering using Steve Whiteside's work 
in future projects, and would like to thank Amiga 
Formal and Commodore for their support for the com- 
petition, and also say a big thank you to all the people 
who entered." 



Drivin' times 




Sometimes one disk drive jusi isn't enough - if you want tc 
put a stop to all that disk swapping, then Cumana could 
have just what you need. Costing 149.95, the CAX354 
(above) is a 3.5-inch SO-track double-sided lloppv disk 
drive. Call Cumana «>"' <W3 503121. 



New name 

1 he Manchester— based music software company, 
GajitS Music Software, has announced thai it is 
changing its name to Software Technology Ltd. 

Company chairman Greg Salisbury said: "It is 
a big step For us. we've been trading as Gajits 
Music Software for about four years now. However, 
( ..ijits is a name which we have only used in die 
I K. We've been known by the name Software 
Technology Ltd for some time now in foreign 
markets. 

"Now that our export markets are becoming 
increasingly important to us, it seems only natural 
to avoid confusion and hjust use one name." 

Gajits was perhaps best known for its MIDI 
sample sequencers, Sequencer One, and 
Sequencer One Plus. For further imnformation 

contact Software Technology Ltd on 061-236 2515. 



EMPLANT GOES CLEAN 

The long awaited 32-bit clean version of the Emplant 
Mac Emulator software has just been released. This 
allows Amiga owners without a Memory 
Management Unit to emulate a Mac. and enables the 



emulated Mac to use most of the Amiga's RAM. 
Existing Emplant owners will need to replace three 
chips on the board, but the three new chips will be 
sent out to all registered users. A PC emulation mod- 
ule for the Emplant is also coming soon, as is a 
PCMCIA version for use with the A1200. 



IT'S LOGICAL, CAPTAIN 




SjK'< iravideo are < on i inning 
their ambitious hardware 
launch schedule with two new 
games-related peripherals. 

The Logipad is a console- 
beating Amiga joypad 
featuring six microswitched 
lire buttons, an eiglu-wav direc- 



The Delta Ray joystick hasfive fire buttons as 
well as autofire and rapid fire options. 




lional thumb control and an 
autofire option. Finished in 
black, blue and gold the pad is 
available now foi £18.99. 

Also new from the 
Wembley-based distributors is 
the Delta Ray joystick. Finished 
in black with blue trim, this 
stick features no fewer than 
five fire buttons, autofire and 
rapid fire options as well as an 
extra-long connec- 
tor cable for 
long-distance wag- 
gling. The Delia 
Rav costs a very rea- 
sonablc £15.99. 

Spectravideo can Ix* 
contacted on 081- 
902 221 1, 

The new Logipad joy- 
pad has six fire 
buttons and an eight- 
way thumb control. 



mm 



GET A NEW 



Using pictures in your presentations, or 
simply for jazzing up your documents 
has been made easy by Galaxy Grafix 
who have produced a range of images on 
disk for Amiga users. 

Called Media Background, the three 
disks include photos of CDs, keyboards, 
videos and the like, which were origi- 
nally digitised in 24-bits and then 
retouched. Price: €14.95, call 0792 
290998 for more information. 



Amiga owners keen on keeping fit can 
now check on all their body pulses, pres- 
sures, and the rest, while they pump 
iron! Heart Track is a program from 
Healthcare Technology and using its 
chestband trasmitter, you can exercise 
up to nine feet from your monitor, while 
the program works out how much warm 
up, training and warm down time you 
should give yourself. Call 0243 528800. 

RAMI IT HOME 

Three new Amiga RAM boards have 
been produced by American developers 
DKB. The A1200 RAM has two 72-pin 
SIMM sockets, a 0Mb RAM populated, 
16MHz 68881 co-processor and costs 
£129. The 3128 is the only 32-bit RAM 
board available for A3000/A4000s. It 
can upgrade 32-bit (Zorro III) based 
Amigas up to 128Mb of RAM, has four 
SIMM sockets and costs £269. 

The third RAM board is the 
MegaChip2 which upgrades A500, 
A1500 and A2000 systems to 2Mb and 
costs £154. Contact distributors Silica 
Systems on 081-309 1111. 

PRINTERS PRICE 



Epson have reduced the price on 1 1 of 
their dot matrix printers by up to 16 per 
cent. For example, the LX-100 now 
costs £159 instead of £189, the FX-870 
£379, from £439 and the LQ-1170 
£679 from £749. Call 0442 61 144. 

AT THE HELM 

Meridian have been appointed UK dis- 
tributors for the multimedia authoring 
system Helm. Also on their stock list are 
Adorage V2.0 and Typesmith 2.0, an 
update on the outline font editor pack- 
age. Call Meridian on 081-543 3500. 



Mitsubishi has two new series of mixed 
memory cards with 68-pin PCMCIA con- 
nection. The cards can provide either 
SRAM or Flash memory to the A600 or 
A1200 and are available in mixes of up 
to 2Mb. Mitsubshi are on 0707 276100. 







'"iilCOIAJMN 





I don't wish to alarm or over excite anyone, but it now 
seems pretty clear that the CD 32 has got off to a bit of a 
flier. 

It can't be hailed as a success just yet (CD-ROM wasn't 
built in a day, remember), but in its first few months it has 
built a solid platform on which to build. 

After a curious beginning in Currys where it was available 
as a standalone unit, the console is now available as part of 
a bundle containing Diggers, Oscar, Wing Commander and 
Dangerous Streets (see the news story on page 16 for more 
details) and industry reports suggest that sales are picking 
up week after week after week. 

Menzies and HMV are the latest chains to fall victim to its 
lure, adding more than 100 new stores to the stocking 
strength of the CD 32 . 

Even more significantly. Commodore now has a CO 32 
placement in the Dixons chain. The country's leading seller 
of video game hardware has taken the CD 32 on its stock. 
instantaneously increasing the machine's High Street pres- 
ence and public profile enormously. 

There is evidence too in the latest monthly figures from 
Gallup that the machine is living up to all our great expecta- 
tions. The format currently commands a 30 per cent plus 
market share of all CD software sales, more than twice that 
enjoyed by the well-established PC CD-ROM and closing in on 
the Mega CD (45 per cent). All this, of course, with just a few 
month's sales and a handful of titles. 

Software support is another cause for some celebration. 
The number of titles available is increasing rapidly while the 
release of instant classics such as Mindscape's Liberation 
means that the quality of product is also on the rise. 

Another undeniable (although possibly rather childish) 
plus point, is that at least it's not the Jaguar. Atari's 'next 
generation' machine was scheduled to sneak into the coun- 
try at press time, but with distribution limited to only a 
smattering of stores. Software support is also extremely 
weak with only four titles available before Christmas . 

This is not however, the Martyn Lewis hour and it has to 
be pointed out that it's not all good news. 

For a start Commodore has just announced another set of 
poor financial figures showing a whopping great loss. But 
the firm did predict the loss and insist that they will be back 
in the black for the quarter just ended (December 31st 
1993). Another, if not negative, then certainly neutral point 
is the remaining ambivalence towards Commodore and their 
products in the US. For the CD 32 to be a format that attracts 
long term software support from the best publishers in the 
world, it has to have considerable success in the world's 
most lucrative market, the US. That must be a priority for 
Commodore in 1994. 

One more slight drawback in the story so far has been an 
awful reception to the first CD32 television advertisement. 
One marketing expert described it as "a whisker away from 
being merely awful". 

Still, minor gripes and grumbles aside, the impression 
within the UK games trade is that the CD 32 has got off to a 
good start and could just possibly fulfill all of Commodore's 
big dreams (which until recently seemed like just dreams). 

Certainly the machine now has something on its side that 
it didn't have a few months ago: momentum. It could prove 
a vital factor as Commodore looks to build on '93s good 
work. Don't tell anyone I told you so. but it just looks like it 
might be a happy new year. 

THI OPINIONS EX 




THE FUTURE ENTERTAINMENT 

Show for 1993 is ovei - and whai .i shorn ii 
was. Willi the huge World til Amiga domi- 
nating the flooi from ever) angle, ii was 
hard For an) Amiga fans to n<> wrong. 

As expelled. ( inuunodme's nii|)ie\si\e 

si. md focussed on 
CD* 3 -, wiili around 15 

machines playing games 

such .is Sleepwalker, 
Microcosm and Morph, 
Commenting on the 

show. Commodore's | K 
ML). David I'U.is.uu e 
savs: "Commodore look 
the FES vei\ serioush 
and invested in the besl 
Hand al die show. 
Anyone who didn't gel 
lo see our stand, oi 
CD 32 , should take a 
look at the pinnies .md 
ihev can see how good 
it was. 

"We also weni 

around all the retailers' 

stands and most oi I hem said thai Amiga 
produrts made up 70 per eeni ol ihe sales 
they made at the show. In spin- <>| all the 
fears about Commodore, we're hat k with a 
vengeance." 



Retailers packed then si.mds with .ill 
the newest and lite DCSl geaj for the 
Amiga. Silica Systems were swept oil ihen 
leei with interest from Amiga owners. Says 
Silita Svsiems spokesman Andv leaning: 

< l> , and software foi it. jusi leapt ofl 




The World Of The Amiga dominated the Future Entertainment Show 
and there was huge interest in both the CD 32 and A1200. 



the shelves. Basil allv, hei ause ( .ummodore 

m 

put up such a good stand, there was a 
much higher awareness ol CI)-*-. Our sup- 
plies ol A I 200s also went l>\ die buckei 
loads." 



Intelek 
go it alone 

Top-notch programmers Intelek are sever- 
ing their links with sports games specialists 
Domark and publishing their very own 
Amiga product 

Responsible for the highly-successful 
Championship Manager series, Intelek are 
releasing a special standalone version of 
the game called Championship Manager 
Italia, which enables you to guide a 
fledgling side up through the ranks of the 
Italian football league. 

Available in the shops or direct from 
Intelek via mail order now, the game costs 
a mere £17. Intelek can be contacted on 
0202 752137. 



DiniOMAIUIA 

Educational software publishers 10 Out Ol 
10 are cashing in on the current cra/e lor 
all things Jurassic with ihe release ol 
Dinosaurs, an interactive encyclopedia 
aimed at the live to nine-vear-old age 

range 

There are more ihau I.oihi 
dinosaur-related facts in this six-game 

package designed to make learning a more 

enjoyable and rewarding experience For 

< hiUlien. 

I lie Dinosaur pat k is available now, n 
n.sis £25.99 and is available from 10 Out 
Ol 10 Software. For furthei inhumation 
give 10 Out Of 10 a call on 0742 780370. 



US GOLD GET WORLD CUP LICENCE 

Software giants US Gold have tied up a deal with FIFA, the world's football governing 
body, to produce the official World Cup soccer game to coincide with the feast of inter- 
national footie that takes place in America over the summer of 1994. 

Imaginatively titled World Cup Football, the game looks "absolutely fantastasic" 
according to US Gold's Bridget! Hirst The game is expected to hit the streets some time 
in April. 

There's no news yet on whether an England squad will be included, but we hope to 
bring you more details next month. US Gold can be contacted on 021 625 3366. 








The Gaffer gets gunged. Marcus does his bit for 
charity, helped by a gleeful Andy Hutchinson. 

( )l i oursc, Finnic Publishing was inert- 
in force loo, As wrll as silling inch huyc 
ran^c •»! successful computer liiU-v includ- 
ing Amiga format, Amiga formal Special, 

Amiga Powrr and Amiga Shopper, llicrc MM 



.ilso .i BtagC where visitors to the show 
could come and meet the teams of the 
maga/incs and ask as many questions as 
they liked. 

Console owners were only notable by 
ibeii absence. PC owners were slightly 
mote keen, but still onlv uiauai>ed .1 small 
group ot onlookers. However, it was Amiga 
owners - as ever the most enthusiastic and 
knowledgable about their machine - who 
i rowded around the stage readv to pose 
pertinent queries. 

The sessions far out lasted the lime 
thai had been allocated to them and sub- 
jects discussed ranged from CD** and 
piracv and the future of tin- Amiga, to all 
the technical problems von < onld think of. 

\s well as hosting the Meet The Al 
Team session, Amiga Format editor Marcus 
Dyson also did his bit for charity. The 
\SI'(.( had brought along the l.unge 
Road Show «»f Noel Kdmond's House Party 
lame, complete with Smilev Mi lev and gal- 
lons and gallons of gunge. 

I o see someone gunged you have to 
nominate them and make .1 donation to 
charity. And guess what - Marcus ended 
up in the lank, covered in green gungeyb 
slim*- "It was a surprisingh pleasant expe- 
rience." said Marcus. " the jninge is quite 

u.u 111 and leels iiu <■ between vout tOCS." 



Al 200 and CD32 Games MJMJM | 


TOP IO 


^PENGUIH ■ 

■ " '• BOOTS ^F.L^f B 


Top Ton A 1200 Games 


Top Ton CDS 2 Games 


1. Alien Breed 2 


80% 


1. Zool FG93% 


Team 17 




Gremlin 


2. Brutal Sports Football 77% 


2. Pinna II Fantasies 2 85% 


Millennium 




2 1 st Century 


3. Body Blows Galactic 88% 


3. Whales Voyage 


Team 17 




Flair Not reviewed 


4. Jurassic Parle 


72% 


4. Deep Core 


Ocean 




ICE Not reviewed 


5. Plnball Fantasies 


FG90% 


5. Overkill Lunar-C 84% 


2 1 sf Cenrury 




Mindscope 


6. Civilization 


FG95% 


6. Morpli 78% 


Kompart 




Millennium 


7. The Chaos Engine 


89% 


7. D/ Generation 65% 


Renegade 




Mind scape 


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FG91% 


8* James Pond 2s Robocod 


Millennium 




Millennium 85% 


9. Sim Ufa 


86% 


9. Trolls 


Mmdscape 




Flair Not reviewed 


1 0. Air Bucks v 1.2 


72% 


1 O.Arabian Nights 88% 


Impressions 




Krisalis/Buzz 

Chart compiled by GALLOP 



This Month \s 

TOP 30 




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Goal! 88% 

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Electronic Arts 

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US Gold 

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Premier Manager 87% 

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Ganshlp 2000 

Electronic Arts 

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Hulk 77% 

Electronic Arts 

PI Grand Prix PG92% 

Microprose 

Zool 2 FG93% 

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Combat Classics 2 8/ 1 

Empire 

Alloa 3 

Virgin 

Dogfight 81% 

Microprose 



87% 



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87% 



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87% 



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Zool FG95% 

Gremlin 

Desert Strike 87% 

Electronic Arts 

Lemmings 2 PG94% 

Psygnosis 
Lotus 3 : UfHi 

Gremlin 

Done 2 PG90% 

Virgin 

Ancient AH ol War 87% 

Microprose 

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Whatever you will be using it for, get off to 

a good start with your machine by reading 

the next 10 pages packed with expert advice. 




So you're the proud new owner of an 

Amiga and It's probably one of these 

excellent A 1200s, If you need some help 

getting the mint out of it , then you're 

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you can get. But first a note. Or two notes. One: if 
you like adventure games like Monkey Island, or 
flight sims, or golf games, get a hard drive. Some of 
these games come on seven or more disks which 
means constant swapping, and it's a nightmare if 
you don't have a hard drive. 

Note two: every time the Amiga has been 
changed (and if s been changed almost every year 
over the last five years), some games refuse to 
work with the new version. This means that there 




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HELLO AND WELCOME! 

Presumably you're the proud ownei 
of ;i new Amiga, and It's probably a 
gleaming A1200. You lucky devil! 

The besi place to siari is with a 

qukk look ai the h.inluare lhai 

makes up your Amiga, io explain 

wh.il II all does. 

First, ol course, you will have 

pltiKged it in and sei il up. One 

point worth noting here is the TV 

signal. The Amiga produces an FU.li 

signal, so called because u works 
using the three colours, red. green 

and blue, dial make up a TV picture, 
This is then converted li\ a little 
piei e ol electronics inside the Amiga 
into .ui *RF signal' which is what the 
aerial socket on vourTV uses. 

The RF signal, however, is ol ,i 
-liuInK |> ••! quality. It your l"\ 

Ins ,i SCAR' I socket (also tailed a 



Eurotel oi Peritel connector) you 

k. in bu\ .i i able in connect it up to 

the RGB output on the back of the 

Amiga (it costs aboui £8). The result 

will he a In-lter signal, and hrm <■ .1 
better picture on the M leen. 

When you switch on your 

Amiga, it checks itsell to make sure 
it's working OK. then displays the 

'ready to go* screen, asking you to 
put a disk in. On die light-hand side 
of the Amiga is the internal disk 

drive. Slide a disk in, mu\ the Amiga 

will automatical!) check to sec whal 

kind of disk il is. There .ue CWO 

kinds self-booting disks, md 
Workbcnt h disks. 

II ii's ,i self-booting disk - proba- 
|>K a game - the tmiga then loads 
all the data from the disk into the 
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. perb. classic . 
that arc a couple or three years old that might not 
work with your A1200. Do ask when you buy. 

A footnote to the last note: one very clever 
thing about your A 1200 is that its chips can imitate 
older versions of the Amiga's chips, rf you hold 
down both mouse buttons at the same time while 
you are booting, you get a choice of which chips to 
use. This means you can play some of those superb 
older classic games quite happily, which is defi- 
nitely A Good Thing. 



Games in which you play a character you have to 
identify with in a world you have to picture in your 
imagination; usually based on thought and puzzles 
rather than fast action. Monkey Isiand 2 is the 
acme; RPG-style games like Dungeon Master and 
Eye of the Beholder also come in this category. 

SHOOT-EM UPS 

The original video game - remember Space 
Invaders'* Lots of speed, lots of reflexes, lots of 












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StreW Fighter 2 took the world by storm last year with 
its cunning mix of cartoony graphics and slick controls. 



Five years In the making. Frontier Elite 2 exceeded all 
our expectations of what a space adventure should be. 






the Amiga, which is where it lives 
until you switch your Amiga off. 

The program now sends com- 
mands to the CPU chip at the heart 
of the Amiga, and from there it runs 
die program, reading your input 
from the keyboard, joystick or 
mouse, doing its calculations, and 
Uien displaying an updated picture 
on the screen 50 times a second. 

If your disk isn't self-booting, 
you have to put your Workbench in 
first. This loads up the Workbench 
screen: from here you can start 
other programs running and alsq 
control what's called your 'disk 
house-keeping', which means copy- 
ing files from one disk to another, 
deleting old files you don't want and 
possibly also making copies of files. 

Files are simply anything you 
have created using a program: so 



they might be letters you have writ- 
ten with a word processor such as 
Wordworth, or pictures you have 
made with a paint package like 
Deluxe Paint, or the pages of a leaflet 
you have designed with a DTP pack- 
age, pieces of music you've 
composed with a music program, or 
even the code of your own pro- 
grams that you have created using 
a programming language. 

You can find out more about 
how all these types of programs work 
and what you can do with them in 
the following pages, and there's a 
detailed guide on how to get to grips 
with Workbench wailing for your 
attention on page 183. 

Just one more thing: you can 
plug in a hard drive inside your 
Amiga (gel this done bv a reputable 



firm and make sure your warranty 
remains intact). This is an excellent 
idea: when you switch the Amiga on 
with a hard drive in. Workbench will 
load automatically and you will have 
easy access to all your programs, 
and all the files you have created 
with them. 



You can also store many games 
on your hard drive (see games panel 
below), and they will then load 
quicker and run without delays 
caused by disk-swapping. 

Right, that's enough sensible 
talk! Now read on... 

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IN-DEPTH AMIGA INFO 

If this 'get started' feature has whet your 
appetite for information about your new Amiga, 
then the 120-page Amiga Format Beginners' 
Guide Special will suit you down to the ground. 
It comes from the same people who bring you 
Amiga Format but is more in-depth than we 
have space to achieve here. 

The Beginners' Guide is in the shops from 
Thursday 6 January and contains info on 
games, DTP, music graphics, your Amiga and 
t\ a great great deal more. Don't miss it! 



adrenaline, lots of fire button -bashing and going 
berserk... but not much thought. Try SWIV, Apidya, 
R'Type, Chaos Engine and, above all, the new 
Cannon Fodder. 

BEAT-EM-UPS 

Kick-boxing games, best with two players. Think 
of Streetfighter 2 - need we say more? Look out 
for Rise of the Robots, coming to your Amiga in the 
not too distant future. 

SIMULATIONS 

Generally in 3D, in realistic imitation worlds. Flight 
sims are what you first think of (try helicopter sim 
Thunderhawk or the Stealth Fighter sim F117A) but 
the best is probably race-driving sim F1GP and you 
could also include space-trading sim Elite and the 
sequel Frontier Elite 2. 



Games that require thought and concentration, and 



also create a believable game world. They're not 
generally 'sexy' but they do have more than their 
fair share of places in the all-time best games 
charts: check out Civilization, Railroad Tycoon, Sim 
City, and Rome 90 AD. 

GOD GAMES 

Derivative of the strategy game in which you 
control the lives of miniature people. The original, 
Populous, with imitators like Mega-lo-Mania and 
the superb recent The Settlers are all extremely 
engaging gan 



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From the crap-looking, but addictive shape-game 
Terns and its various clones to the totally wonder- 
ful Lemmings, these are games that put the 
premium on thought: though action is often 
involved as well. It's also worth looking out for 
older releases which aren't big names, such as 
Puzznic, The Power, and Pushover. 




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ARCADE GAMES 

Anything, really, that's colourful, cutesy and fun, 
though the gameplay is usually action with a bit of 
puzzle. Old classics like Wizkid, Spindizzy Worlds and 
Bub and Bob have been joined by lots more - look 
out for Putty and its forthcoming AGA follow-up. 

PLATFORM GAMES 

Anything in which the characters jump, bounce or 
leap around on platforms, though again often 
cutesy and colourful. The classic is Rainbow Islands, 



with Zool, Robocod and many more keeping the 
genre rolling. 



Like the sports, these can have all kinds of presen- 
tation and draw on differing skills. Classics are 
footy (Sensible Soccer is best), golf (choose from 
PGA Tour, Links and Nick Faldo's), snooker and pool 
(Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker), but there's lots 
more around too... 



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All of this flashy games and video stuff is all very well, but what about 

the grim realities of life? What about the business, word processing and 

desktop publishing software for your Amiga? well, here we go... 



BUSINESS IS A bit of a loose term, but 
over ihese two pages we will be looking at software 
which can be used to help von in vour oilier work 
or you can use in other areas of your work and ifl 



FINANCE PROGRAMS 

Money is a fickle commodity. If s far too easy to 
lose track of where the pennies are going, and 
even easier to lose track of the pounds. 
Fortunately, there are several programs which will 
help you work out where it all goes. 



home. There's :n\ awful lot of different ivpes of 
software to get through in just two pages, but we 
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alt you need to do is to input the figures. The If* 
is that you give the program figures such as how 
much you get paid, how much rent you pay and 
how much you spend on beer, and it calculates 
how overdrawn you are likely to be at the end of 
the month. 

Most finance programs can also calculate 
"what if?" situations, so you can work out how 
much less overdrawn you would be if you stopped 
spending all your money on foreign lagers. 





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you knew where It was going. Personal finance pro- 
grams such as Monwy Mmtters 3 could help. 



WORD PROCESSORS 

Whether you are writing a letter to your bank 
manager or putting together the pins. lot the lat- 
est in your fantasy trilogy set on the mythical world 
ol Splong, .i won I pnuessoi is oneoJ the most use- 
ful programs you can get for your Amiga. The 
concept is very simple: word processors enable you 
to type in, edit, print and save words. This may not 
sound particularly useful, but think on how many 
times you have started writing somebody a letter 
by hand, and have had to scrap it and start again 
because you got something wrong. With a word 
processor, you don't have this problem, because 
you can chop and change the text as much as you 
like before you print it. 

You can also search for and replace text, so if 
vou realise halfwav through your novel that vou've 
spell the main character's name wrong, you can 
find every occurrence of the name and replace it 
with the correct spelling. 

Many word processors will also perform an 
operation that's referred to as a mail merge. This 
is where you produce a letter and a list of names 
and addresses, and the program combines the two 
to produce individualised letters. This can be used 
to produce the sort ol letters vou get from mail 
order companies, although it does have many 
other uses. 

You can also import pictures into documents 
with some word processors. This has lead to a cer- 
t.iiii .tmount ol confusion about when .1 won! 
processor becomes a DTP program and word pro- 
cessors such as Wordutorth and Final Writer are easily 
capable of producing simple documents such as 
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DESKTOP PUBLISHING 

One area in which the Amiga excels is desktop 
publishing (DTP). Rapidly expanding in terms ol 
software lor the Amiga, using desktop publishing 
programs enable you to get well on your way to 
producing a magazine, poster or fanzine of excep- 
tionally high quality. 

Whereas word processors are designed for 
dealing with individual words. DTP programs deal 
with pages. So. you produce vour words using a 
word processor and combine these with the 
images, titles, headlines r and graphics bv using a 
DTP program. That's more or less how we pro- 
duce this magazine. 



Spreadsheets don't look particularly interesting, 
but they are potentially extremely useful. The 
basic idea is that you create a spreadsheet by 
inputting figures, and creating a series of calcula- 
tions which apply to this data. 

So. you could input a series of transactions 
from, say. a bank statement, then set up a spread- 
sheet program to calculate vour balance and any 
interest owing on this. The great strength of a 
spreadsheet lies in its abilii\ to recalculate new- 
data extremely quickly, even if you onl\ change 
one figure. 

For example, if you wanted to produce a cash- 
flow projection, you could quickly calculate several 
different ones from different sets of figures for 
incoming cash. Some of the more powerful 
spreadsheets will even allow you to hold --rvei.il 
different spreadsheets in memory at once, and will 
point out the differences between them. 

With modern taxation laws becoming more 
complicated by the day, the ability to be able to 
change your predictions quicklv is essential for any 
small business. 



It mav be your record collection, it mav be a list of 
clients or even a family tree for vour pet cat. but 
die ability to quicklv find certain items of informa- 
tion from a set of data could be critical. 

A database program enables you to store data 
and search through it quickly- So. if you want to 
find any records bv "Norman Sponge and the 
Squids from Bognor'. you would enter this as .1 
search category in your record database, and a few 
seconds later (or longer if you've got a big record 
collection), a list of Norman's fines! vinyl (or CD) 
moments would appear on voiu screen. 

Some database programs will even store 
graphics and sound, therefore vou could store a 
list of employees with a photo and a sample of 
their voice. 

COMBINED PACKAGES 

There are several programs available on the mar- 
ket which offer an all-in-one solution for the home 
or small business user. These combine a word pro- 
cessor, spreadsheet and database into one. with 
the ability to exchange data between them. 

Combined packages are ideal if you need to 
use all of these facilities because you can calculate 
some costing details in vour spreadsheet, and then 
copy this information into vour word processor foi 
use in a letter. As vou would expect, these com- 
bined programs are not as powerful or 
feature-laden .is their specialist colleagues. 
However, they should be adequate if vou onlv 
require them for simple tasks such as producing 
letters, and calculating cashflows. 

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Picking the right program is the secret to using your Amiga for desktop publishing, word pro- 
cessing and business applications. Here are the ones that have impressed us most... 



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any other collection with Supertoase 4. 

A very powerful database, which can combine 
graphics, sounds and animations with your data. 
Superbase 4 is easy to use and and very flexible. 
When we reviewed in Issue 53 we gave it a whop- 
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Wordworth 2 is probably the best all round word pro- 
cessor at the moment but wait for Wordworth 3\ 

Wordworth 2 is a very powerful word processor 
which can also handle graphics. Expect to see 
Wordworth 3 early next year. Wordworth 2 was 
awarded a prestigious Amiga Format Gold rating 
91% in Issue 41. 



PACESTREAM 2.2 

£199.95 Soft Logik 0101 314 894 8608 




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You can use your Amiga and a DTP package such as 
Pagestream to create your own mag or fanzine. 

The Amiga desktop publishing war has produced 
several casualties, but Pagestream 2.2 isn't one of 
them. Version 3 should be out in the not too dis- 
tant future and promises to reopen hostilities. 
Pagestream 2J was awarded a 91% Format Gold 



This bit may look a bit dull, but this software can han 
die most of your business needs. 

Gold Disk Office 2 Combines the functions of 

spreadsheet word processor, database, graphics 
and disk utilities in just one package. Most of them 
are slightly reworked versions of other Gold Disk 
classics like Pro Calc and Pagesetter, but it repre- 
sents a good all round choice for the beginner. 



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ent budgets so you can see where it all goes. 

Money matters is more than up to the task of man- 
aging your finances. If you need to get a tighter 
grasp on your fortunes (or lack of them) this is an 
excellent program for dealing with the facts and 
figures in an efficient way. 



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THE FRAME 

The Amiga's amazing graphics capabilities make it ideal for home, use and 
for producing professional results. If you're a budding Spielberg, read on... 




£149.95 • Trilogic 0274 691115 

One of the first ever genlocks for the Amiga, it is 

a bit cheap and cheerful, but it works. 



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££149.99 • 1st Comp Centre 0532 319444 

Probably the most popular Amiga genlock. This 

unit works particularly well with the RocKey. 

C-LOCK 

£299 • Silica Systems 081-309 1111 



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Genlocking is the term that describes the process 
of overlaying computer graphics on to a live video 
signal. To do this with the Amiga yon need a piece 
of hardware, called a genlock, winch pings into 
the video out port at the back of your machine. 

The genlock works by assuming that one 
colour on your Amiga screen is transparent. This 
is usually the default palette's colour zero, hut 
under Workbench 2.04 and up. vou can actuallv 
set which of the system palette's colours to use. 

The genlock is then connected to a live video 
image, and the output connected to either a moni- 
tor or a video recorder if vou want to tape the 
action for viewing later. The genlock switches 
between the live video image and the computer 
graphic display thousands of times per frame, mix- 
ing the images together. Genlocks are used to 
produce captions and those funny pictures that 
appear over newsreaders' shoulders. 

Once vou have a genlock vou don't need any 
titling package to use it (although there are plenty 
available), you can just use DPainL There are some 
compatibility problems with earlier models of 
some genlocks, it is best to check before buying. 

CHROMAKEY 

The opposite to genlocking is chromakeying. This 
is the process whereby a video image is overlaid on 
to a computer-generated graphic. This technique 



Sca/a is probably the best-known titling package, but 
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is also known as Colour Separation Overlay 
((.SO). It w-as invented by the British so the 
Americans thought they had better rename it 

GSO has been used in everything from 
Supmnan to Bill Giles' long-term weather fore- 
casts. In order to work, there has to be some 
component of the video image which is more or 
less a constant colour. The colour usually chosen 
is blue, because flesh tones contain no blue com- 
ponents so it is easier to distinguish the people 
from the background, but any colour can be used. 

The images are then mixed in much the same 
way as with a genlock. The selected colour of the 
live video sequence becomes transparent and the 
computer graphics show through "underneath". 

Many outstanding visual effects are possible by 
combining a genlock atid a chromakey unit. Many 
more are possible by fiddling with all the knobs, 
even if you don't know what you are doing. 

EDITING 

As well generating video footage with the Amiga. 
you can also edit it all together. Computerised 
editing suites are prerequisites for a professional 
operation, but with a wonderful machine like the 
Amiga the home user can experience some of the 
benefits of digitally-controlled editing. 

Essentially these systems will allow you to 
define clips of video tape (in some cases up to the 
specific frame) and store this information in mem- 
ory as a "take". 

These takes can then be put together in any 
order you desire and, once you have told the soft- 
ware to "assemble" them, the computer will 
i ontrol the playback and record decks to automat- 
ically piece together die entire sequence. 

Usuallv these systems will only work with video 
equipment which conforms to some sort of 
remote control standard such as LANC or the 
Panasonic standard. They also use infra-red 
devices which connect to the Amiga's parallel port 
and can be used to emulate a conventional remote 
control. This means that vou don't necessarilv 
have to buy new video equipment specifically to 
use these packages. 

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The G-Lock is fully software controlled and handles 
both Y/C and composite signals. 

One of the more professional genlocks on the 
market this GVP-designed wonder is completely 
controllable via software - so you can easily pro- 
gram in fades and effects. 



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VIDEO DIRECTOR 

£99.95 • Silica Systems 061-309 1111 

If the thought of cutting together all your video 

clips doesn't appeal, the Amiga can do it for you. 



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Now you can produce stunning high quality colour outputs 
on paper, transparency film or even T-shirt transfer paper 
from your Amiga. Primcra uses thermal wax transfer 
technology, a technology usually associated ^ 
with much higher priced printers. H 

The Primcra colour primer, recent recipient of countless 
awards in the IBM-PC and Macintosh markets, is also the 
perfect companion to any Commodore Amiga. 

primera/ a t u r e s 

Software drivers for Amiga. PC and Macintosh 

Prints A4 and A4+ size paper and transparencies 

Monochrome ribbon cartridges available for economical 
text only printing 

Print full colour 24-bit photographs 

( )ptional Photo-RcaliMK upgrade kit (Dye-sublimation) 

Produce photographic quality images for a fraction of the 
cost of similar devices 

Kxtremely small footprint, not much larger than A4 



Primera printer 

Photo-Realistic upgrade kit £215.95 

Photo-Realistic refill kit (lOOprints) C250 

Photo-Realistic refill kit (25 prints) ....C79. 

•i Colour ribbon (80 prints) 

3 Colour ribbon (lis prints) 

Monochrome ribbon (-too prints) £34.95 

Transparency film {A4 SO sheets) £31.95 

Primera premium paper (A4 200 sheets) ..£18 
T-Shirt transfer paper (A» io sheets) ..£17.95 



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With this software solution you may double the capacity of 
your floppy disk or hard disk drives. The installation process 
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If you're starting out with computer art, you are about to enter an almost 
magical world where you can paint with light, and weave with the 

colours of the rainbow, as Brian Larkman explains. 



ONE OF FASTEST moving areas of tech- 
nology is professional computer graphics, and at 
the lop end of the field, software is being devel- 
oped ai a mind-numbing rate with new effects and 
tools appearing almost daily. The Amiga is right in 
there at ihe cutting edge of the technology. All 
Amigas can run programs similar to the profes- 
sional systems, so you can quickly experience 
many of these remarkable techniques without hav- 
ing to pay the professional costs. Like any other 
subject you have to start with the basics. This intro- 
duction will give you a starter with Amiga graphics, 
explain the jargon, describe the most important 
principles and advise you what software to buy. 

BITMAP DISPLAY 

Whatever type of program you use, a computer 
has to display its images on a monitor screen. It 
does this with a mass of dots called pixels. In effect 
these are tiny rectangular lights that can be almost 
any colour. The pixels are arranged in horizontal 
and vertical rows, and if you examine them closely, 
thev look like embroidered cloth, each stitch cor- 
responding to one pixel. 

Every light 'stitch' is controlled by the Amiga 
bv one or more electronic switches known as bits. 

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A simple display uses one switch per pixel, which 
can be on or off, black or white. Sophisticated dis- 



plays can use any number up to 24 bits, showing 
millions of colours. A screen display is therefore a 
map of all of the bits and is known as a bitmap. 

SCREEN MODES 

The Amiga can display pixels in a huge range of 
sizes and number of colours, but generally speak- 
ing smaller pixels equals more detail, equals more 
memory used, which equals fewer colours avail- 
able. Older Amigas are limited to a combination 
of low-resolution (320 pixels wide using 32 
colours) or hi-res (640 pixels wide with 16 
colours) with a standard mode of 256 pixels high 
or a llickering, interlace mode of 512 pixels high. 

The old 6-bit HAM (Hold And Modify) mode 
is a display trick that enables vou to use 4,096 
colours, but which can only be used in low resolu- 
tion. It therefore causes 'fringes' of colour, and 
slows down the display. Newer AGA machines have 
fewer restrictions, many more colours, a larger 
palette (24 instead of 12 bits of colour - millions 
instead of thousands of shades to choose from) 
and 8-bit HAM which works in any resolution. 

BITMAP PAINTING 

The simplest form of computer painting uses a 
range of tools to change the colour of pixels in 
various ways. This is called bitmap painting. Mosi 



programs have tools io draw lines, rectangles and 
ellipses, brushes and spravguns, area fills, gradi- 
ents of colour, cut and paste. 

More sophisticated programs build on these 
basic tools giving them extra abilities to create spe- 
cial effects such as brush transformation (rotating. 
resizing, bending and distorting), natural painting 
techniques (smearing, blending and tinting), sten- 
cils (to protect pans of the screen from painting), 
and 2D animation (animated brushes, morphing 
animated transformations, colour cycling). 

IMAGE PROCESSING 

The most sophisticated form of bitmap painting is 
carried out bv image-processing systems. Using a 
True Colour 24-bit display, scanned photographs 
and other high-quality images can Ik- proi essed in 
a huge range of ways to Create particularly realistic 
effects. For example, airbrush effects produce 
remarkably smooth gradations of colour. 

Objects that are cut and pasted have slightly 
transparent or feathered edges so that they blend 
perfectly with the background. Any part of an 
image can be processed with special effects such as 
embossing, relief mapping, edge detection, warp- 
ing, false colour, wave patterns, blurring. 
sharpening, and thousands of others. 

MORPHINC 

Morphing is the most popular image processing 
effect and is now being used in many TV advertise- 
ments, such as the Lancia ad where the two cars 
merge into one another. Any two images can be 
morphed but the effect is better ifthey are similar. 



Two common processes are used - warping and 
cross lading. Cross fading makes each pixel in the 
first picture fade over a series of frames to the 
colour of thai pixel in the second picture. 

Warping is more difficult to describe. Imagine 
a rubber sheet with an image printed on it. If you 
pinch and drag one pan. the area around will 
warp to follow. Morphing applies both these 
effects progressively to transform one image 
smoothly to another over a series of frames. 

VECTOR GRAPHICS 

When a bitmap image is printed the 'dotty' nature 
of the picture is all too obvious. Most screens have 
a resolution of 72 dots per inch (dpi) or less, but 
many printers can work at SOOdpi or more so 
printing a screen dot-for-dol would create a 
postage stamp si/e printout. 

One solution (used bv most image processing 
systems) is to work with bitmaps much larger than 
the screen, but display and paint on a screen-size 
preview. 'Steps* along diagonal lines can also he 
improved bv using intermediate colours to blur 
the efTect. This is called anti-aliasing. An alterna- 
tive solution is to use vector graphics. This still 
invokes drawing on screen using the bitmap, but 
each line, curve, shape, and fill you use is 
recorded in memory as a list of co-ordinates and 
vectors (lines with length and direction). 

When the picture is sent to a suitable printer, 
the mathematical description of the image is inter- 
preted and redrawn at the resolution of the 
printer. An added advantage is thai the descrip- 
tion of each line and shape can be treated as an 
object on screen and so moved and transformed 
easily. The bitmap is then redrawn to register the 
changes. Graphic design illustration programs and 
technical drawing Computer Aided Design (CAD) 
programs both use vector graphic methods. 

3D MODELLING AMD 
RENDERING 

The bask principle of vectors - lines with origin (a 
starting point), direction and length - can be used 
to construct three-dimensional objects. If you use 
enough small lines, anything can be modelled as il 
with a wire frame. 

3D modelling programs can use a number of 
methods 10 construct these Objects. For example, 
simple Primitives, such as cubes, and spheres, can 
be stuck together to make more complex struc- 
tures. Similarly, more complex Profiles can be 
rotated around an axis to create loathed Objects, 
or pushed into the screen to make Extrusions. 
Many other techniques are used to construct 
sophisticated models of the real world. 

Once the wire* model is made, the faces 
between the lines can be filled in with colour and 
texture, fight sources can be placed into the com- 
puter world to give shading, and Cameras can be 
oriented to adjust the modellers viewpoint 

Finally, the scene can be turned into a full 
colour image or rendered. Again, manv methods 
have been devised to do this but the most famous 
is rav-ttacing. This involves tracing a ray of light 
from each pixel into the model, and recording the 
colour and qualitv of the first surface it touches. If 
this surface is reflective or transparent the ray goes 
on to record other surfaces, bouncing oil each 
according to the laws of physics. The colour of 
each pixel is determined in this way to create a 
photorealistic image with shadows and reflections 
. It sounds easy, but ray-tracing is complicated and 

it can take hours to create an image. 

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ice for th* 

ImageFX has a large rang* of tools. 

With its straightforward, professional interface 
and a huge range of tools, ImageFX is definitely 
the best image processing program of its type, 
especially for the beginner. It doesn't have as 
much third party support, and it isn't quite as pow- 
erful in some areas • especially morphing - as 
ASDG's Art Department Professional, but Is very 
much nicer to use. especially on an AGA machines 
such as the A 1 200 and A4000 

MORPHING 

MORPMPLUS 

£147.99 • 1st Computer Centre 0532 319444 



petitor to Deluxe Paint but at a price. 

Brilliance has burst on to the bitmap painting stage 
m a big way. It has all the innovative new tools, 
power and especially speed that DeluxePainttV- 
AGA failed to deliver. Most of DPaint's tricks are 
there but Brilliance is five or 10 times as fast. It 
also has lots of extras. Expensive, but worth it. 

VECTOR GRAPHIC 
DRAWING 

PROFESSIONAL DRAW 3.0 
£99.99 • Hobbyte 0582 457195 




Morphing is all the rags at the moment and you can 
use your Amioga to create some spectacular effects. 

Designed as an add-on to ADPro, MorphPius is also 
a stand-alone morphing program - and is by far the 
best available. Using superimposed images on the 
Onion-Skin interface is a brilliant way to morph 

3D MODELLING 



Professional Draw is the oldest and quite easily the 
best structured art package tor the Amiga. 

ProDraw is a structured graphics program, which 
means that your creations can be ouput at any res- 
olution, rather than being fixed to a bitmap size. 



3D ANIMATION 



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J 24 and Imagine an two of the better 3D mod- 
elling programs for the Amiga. 

With the recent price drop to C94.99, this was the 
3D bargain of the decade {until we put Imagine on 
the Coverdisk of AF53). Calligari is still good value 
for the beginner because of its superb interface, 
easy organic modelling and very fast rendering. 



Once you get used to some of its m 
habits Rmal3D 1c an outstanding program. 

Quirky, but stW one of the best and fastest ray- 
tracers. It features solid modelling with smooth 
curves, boolean cutting tools, free-form modelling. 
easy animation and morphing, but the manual can 
be rather obscure. It produces fantastic renders. 



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THE AMIGA IS rightly regarded as a great 
computer for both graphics and animation - you 
can see that from the quality of the amazing 
games you have been playing. Now reach out 
and turn up the volume knob on your monitor. 
It sounds good too, doesn't it? The music that 
features in games is not on a tape or Compact 
Disc. It's actually part of the game program 
and the Amiga plays it back along with the on- 
screen action. 

And, if your Amiga can do that, surely you can 
use it to create your own music, right? Right. You 
don't need to learn how to play an instrument to 
make music. You don't even need to spend much 
money to get started - all that's required is the 




Along with all its other bells and whistles, the Amiga is 

also a powerful musical instrument. Karl Foster tells 

you how to turn your Amiga into a music-making machine. 



appropriate Amiga software and hardware and you 
will be making a racket before you know it. 

Hlsewhere in this geiting-siarted feature you'll 
have read about the chips inside the Amiga. The 
important one for music is the Paula chip, which 
offers the facility to record sounds in stereo and 
then play back up to four recordings at the same 
time - a technique known as 'multi-tracking'. 

Of course, you will need to get some sounds 
into the computer, and for this you will need a 
sampler. It's merely a piece of hardware that plugs 
into the Amiga and has an input for an audio 
source, such as a CD player, tape deck or micro- 
phone. The software that comes with the sampler 
Will turn your Amiga into a multi-track recorder. 



You will find a Record button to start the record- 
ing, a Stop button to stop it, and a Play button so 
you can play it back. 

The way it all works is particularly cunning. 
The Amiga will take a snapshot of the audio signal 
coming from the sound source (called an ana- 
logue signal) and convert what it finds into digital 
information so it can be held in memory or stored 
on a disk. It takes several thousand snapshots every 
second and. on playback, the data is converted 
from digital back to analogue and off it goes to 
your monitor or hi-fi. where the sound comes out. 
As you can imagine, there's an awful lot of 
data flying around your machine - some samplers 



will take u|> 10 48.IMM) gnapshoa ever) second (a 

sample rate of 4SkH/.) -so you would need a huge 

amount of memory to record one minute of 

sound. However, you don't really need io record 
long passages - all you need is 111 tic snippets of 
sound. Kath snippet vou record can In trimmed 
to the right length and, in some cases, looped m> 

a short hurst thai will pl.i\ back indefinitely. The 

sample-editing pan of the Software tan diaslicalh 
reduce the memory required to sum youi sounds. 

Omc vou have go! a bunch *>l samples in 
memory. the\ can he changed to higher 01 lowei 
pitches and strung together to create .1 tune - 
we're talking sequencing lieu. Just as a traditional 
composer would write down a set ol instructions in 
the form of musical scores and hand them to a 
musician so that he or she can plav them hack, so 
vou can use sequencing soli wax- (often included 
in the sampling package) to trigger the sounds 
stored in the Amiga. 

It VOU can't read or write traditional musii 
notation, don't fret. The inajorin of sequencers 
offer simple, graphical means of compiling 
sequences which require no knowledge ol music 
theory to use them. 

So, sa\ vou have sampled and edited .1 hass 
sound, a drum heat, a piano note and a jet aircraft 
taking off (four sounds, one for each audio chan- 
nel). Vou can sequence them to play liai k 
Simultaneously, with the drum sample poinding a 
beat, the hass going 'dum dum dum". the piano 
holding down the melodv and the jet making 
whoosln, whin) effects. You've got vnuiself a tune. 
anil it all plays back in stereo. 

It's fun. it's creative and. Im-si ol all. it's rela- 
tively inexpensive. There are plenty of good 
sample sequencers (called tracker?*) available in 
the Public Domain. For the price ol a (loppy disk. 
you can be up and running with the popular 
OctaMI'J) or Pw'l'mckrr. and \ou won't even need 

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to record your own samples either. Libraries of 
sampled sounds, ahead) committed to floppy disk 

and reach to be loaded into voui tiac ker. are also 
plentiful in PD. 

But It doesn't just end there. The Amiga not 
only offers a means of recording and manipulat- 
ing sounds, hut it can also be used to control 
musical peripherals - electronic svnthesi/ets, dedi- 
cated samplers and the like. Using MIDI (Musical 
Instrument Digital Interlace), your Amiga can 
communicate with other MIDI-equippcd instru- 
ments and nigger ihe high-quality sounds that 
the) oiler. 

For this you would plug a MIDI Interface into 
the serial port ot vour Amiga, connect it to the 
MIDI port of, sav. a keyboard svnthesi/ei and. 
using sequencing software, vou can record what- 
ever vou play on the keyboard as MIDI events, 
Mien VOU can edit your performance within the 
sequencer and transmit it hack to the- svnth for 
note-perfect playback. It's rather like word pro- 
cessing and using a printer, hut you're doing it 
with sound. 

Main instruments can be linked with MIDI 
and controlled from vour Amiga, sc. vou can make 

niiK proie-sional-sounding recordings (man) pro 

recording studios have an Amiga at the heart of 

the sequencing process). What it all comes down 
to is how much you can afford to spend on the 
hardware required. 



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Getting started with your musk making means getting a handle on the hardware and software 
you'll need. So, without further ado, here are AF% buying recommendations... 



SAMPLING AMD 



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£12.95 • Gajits • 061-236 2515 




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You will never be short of a sample again with this 
selection of disks. 

A useful source of samples to use in your composi- 
tions. Five volumes are available, all stored as IFFs 
so they can be loaded straight into your tracker. 

SUPERJAMI t.l 

£79.95 • Emerald • 081-715 8866 



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Even If you haven't got a clue about composing music 
Super JAM! can help you construct a tune. 

If you need a spot of help with your composition, 
SuperJAMf could offer you inspiration. It will help 
you create chords and melodies in various pre- 
defined musical styles. 



OCTAMED PRO VS 

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ful for programmers 

This latest version of Tiejo Kinnunen's sample 
tracker offers up to eight trades to play with. 
There's also an on-line help facility, so if you get 
stuck you can call up advice on the screen itself. 



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trades, on-screen music notation, and the facility to 
control the volume of your instruments over MIDI, 
look no further than Rave. It Is very easy to get 
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If you want to connect external keyboards or modules 
to your Amiga, you will need one of these. 

To get your Amiga talking to instruments, you'll 
need a MIDI interface, and this popular and reliable 
model is just the thing. It plugs into your Amiga's 
serial port and offers a 5-pin DIN socket by which 
you can connect it to a MIDI-equipped instrument. 



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No matter which pro- 
gramming language is 
used, it must all be con- 
verted to machine code 
at some point The 68000 
family of processors 
inside the Amiga knows 
only one language - and 
it is meaningless to us. 



TO GET A basic grasp of programming it is 
important to understand a lew things about whal 
makes your Amiga lick. The Amiga is based 
around a microprocessor - the tiHOOU or another 
member of the same family. The microprocessor is 
die chip which controls all die other electronic 

devices such as the display, sound chip and disk 
drive, by providing appropriate electrical signals. 
The order in which these signals are generated 

depends on a list of instructions stored in machine 

code. To us. a list (or program) of these machine 
codes would look totally incomprehensible, 

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To make writing programs easier for humans, 
other programs have been developed which can 
convert English-looking phrases into the code thai 
the microprocessor uses. 

An Interpreter will deal with a program a line 
at a time, which means each line will be converted 
as many times as it is required. Interpreters are 
quite easy to write, but as you might expert, the 
duplication of effort means they run quite slowly. 
Compilers run programs very quickly, because 
they convert the entire program in one go. 



Assembly language gives you control of the most inti- 
mate nooks and crannies of the Amiga. 

Assembly is the simplest programming language, 
because for each machine code instruction there 
exists a corresponding English word <»i 
mnemonic. Programming in Assembly is tricky, but 
will produce the best results. Most commercial 
games are written in Assembly language. 

The conversion program used is called an 
'assembler', and there arc several in the Public 
Domain, most notabh ASMhSK. The best commer- 
cial assembler is DevPac v3, which comes with an 
editor For entering mnemonics and a monitor pro- 
gram lo help nap bugs. 



This 1960s hippy of a language was created lor 
beginners, and still exists today on the Amiga. 
Rather than remain a rather slow inteqjreted 
implementation, most versions of Basic have now 
been updated to become 'compiled' languages 
and make the most of Amiga-specific hardware. 

AMOS was one of the first of the Basics, and 
even if used in an interpreted state it runs very 
quickly. It also offers excellent support for Amiga 
graphics and sound chips, which makes ii perfei t 
for DIY games. Blitz Bask is even belter, because it 
has a more Amiga-friendly feel, greater speed and 
more advanced programming constructs. 

All new Ami gas come with ARexx, an inter- 
preted language loosely based on Baste. ARexx is 
not fast, but it is easy to learn and is ideal loi 
knocking up quick file utility programs. 



BLITZ BASIC 




Programming with the 
Amiga can be as difficult or ««^T 
as easy as you want - it depends 
on the programming language you 
use, as John Kennedy explains. 



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It might look like gobbledygook, but C is designed to be 
readable by both computers and humans. 

ClS another old language, bvil one which is more 
popular now than ever. C is the perfect language 
to keep track ol complicated daia structures and 
because it is a compiled language it runs quickly. C 
is ideal for programming the Amiga, because il 
gives you a level of control comparable with 
Assembly language bin retains a more human-ori- 
entated approach. Most of the Amiga's internal 
operating system was written with the ('program- 
mer in mind, which means there are thousands ol 
p re-written routines waiting to be exploited. 

There are some excellent C compilers in the 
Public Domain {<-nu C and />/(.'/•. are both first 
(lass) but the SAS/ Lattice commercial package is 
beyond comparison. 



For the novice programmer, packages such as 
/ hperbook. C.anlJo and HELM are ideal. They lake 
the poini-and-click interface ol the Amiga and use 
it to build up programs without having to write a 
line of code. II you need a button at a certain 
point on the screen, simph drag one into place 
and choose its colour. 

These program generators are ideal for multi- 
media applications featuring sounds and 
animations, but are unsuitable lor writing arcade 
games or file utilities. ^ 



Blitz Basic is one of the few languages that combines 
ease of use with total control over the Amiga hard- 
ware, and it was given away on the Coverdisk of 
AF52. The normal set of Basic commands have been 
supplemented with functions covering all graphics 
modes, double buffering, dual playf ields, sprites as 
well as full support of the Amiga's sound generators. 
The language has also been enhanced to include 
C-like structures, data types and linked lists. If that 
wasn't enough you can also create standard user 
interfaces using Intuition menus, requesters and gad- 
gets. The integral editor makes entering code a breeze 
and because Blitz Basic is compiled it runs faster than 
a cheetah on steroids. 

Blitz Basic is unusual in terms of programming languages 
because it is both easy to use and incredibly powerful. 



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available for the Amiga, BUT 
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR 

IT... CV Amiga Magazine, July 1993 

"IT'S UNBEATABLE." 

a veritable bargain at just £39.99' 

Amiga Computing, September 1993 

fast, flexible and reliable* 

Amiga Computing, September 1993 



+ £1 postage & packing 



Unlike other disc backup utilities, X-BACKUP PRO is 
totally automatic and extremely simple to use. It is fully 
compatible with ALL AMIGA computers. 



i Will backup virtually any disc onto another disc. 
Full hard disc backup. 

• File management facility. 

• Optimise, formats, repairs, verifies. 

Includes the ■ AUTOSWITCH CYCLONE 
cartridge. Simply plugs into the external disc drive 
socket at the rear of the Amiga, and plug your external 
disc drive into the back of the CYCLONE cartridge for 
unbeatable disc backup power. An external disc drive 
is required for use with the CYCLONE cartridge. These 
are available from us priced £54.99. 

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 

if you can find a more powerful disc backup utility, we 
will give you your money back. 



THIS PRODUCT MUST NOT BE USED TO INFRINGE COPYRIGHT. 




A1200 4Mb memory expansion with clock. 

32 bit wide auto configuring Fastram. 

Zero wait state allows the A1200 to run at full speed. 

Increase the speed of the computer by 219% 

Battery backed clock keeps the correct time and date even 

when the A1200 is switched off. New state of the art 

surface mount design. Now includes FPU socket. 

68881 FPU E34.99 

AJ^A r\r\ 68882 FPU £79.99 

♦ ^ 1 g^M ^#^J Simple trapdoor installation 






Deluxe disc drives 

Whisper quiet Slimline design. Suits any Amiga. Cooling 
vents. Sleek, high quality metal casing. Quality 
Sony/Citizen drive mechanism. On'Off switch and 
throughpori at the rear 



of the drive Full 880K 
capacity. Long reach 
connection cable. 



CYCLONE 
COMPATIBLE 



210Mb 
256Mb 



£339.99 

£299.99 



Please phone 061 724 7572 
for prices of 20Mb drives. 




HARD DISK DRIVES 

40Mb £119.99 

60Mb £149.99 

85Mb £174.99 

120Mb £214.99 

170Mb £259.99 

Add £289.99 for A1200 fitted with above drives. 
Our 2.5" hard drives for the Amiga A1200/A600 offer 
speedy access times and come complete with fitting 
cable, screws, full instructions. They are pre-formatte( 
and have Workbench already installed for immediate 
use. Fully guaranteed for 12 months. 
FREE FITTING SERVICE TO PERSONAL CALLERS. 

^M B^- Soundblaster 

IMPROVED ~3^M The SOUNDBLASTER is a 10 watt stereo amplifier that 
CO I mn comes complete with high quality 3 way speakers, power 

r^i ■ V™ ^B Supply and FREE STERE0 HEADPHONES' 

QUALITY .affl The SOUNDBLASTER adds a new dimension to games 

playing, imagine stunning stereo sound effects, crystal clear 
samples and terrific stereo tunes. The SOUNDBLASTER 
also boosts games payability! 
The speakers are powerful 50 watt 3 way units featuring 







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Order NOW for immediate despatch 
Tel. 061 724 7572 Fax 061 724 4893 

Telesales open 9am - 6pm Monday-Friday 
AccessA'isa accepied 

Send a cheque/Postal order or credit card details to:- 
Siren Software, Wilton House, Bury Rd. 
Radclrffe, Manchester M26 9UR England 
Government, Education and PLC orders welcome 
All prices include VAT at the current rate. Postage and packing will 
be charged at £3.50 per order (U.K.). £7.50 Europe. £12.50 rest of 

world. 

Please note that 5 working days must be allowed tor cheque 
clearance. Immediate clearance on Building society cheque or 
Bank Draft. 



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£44.99 



a 3" woofer. 2" honker and a 
1" tweeter to provide a 

powerful crisp sound. 



WE'VE GOT WHAT YOU NEED 




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OFTWARE 

Wilton House, 
Bury Rd, . 
Radcliffe, 
Manchester 
M26 9UR 
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PLUS... a Mouse Mat, 

Dust Cover and Micro 

Switched Joystick 

with Amiga 's - only front... 

HARWOODS 

and... 
YOU decide which pack to 
buy from a mammoth range 
of Amiga A1200 options! 



Desktop Dynamite 







Amiga A1200 with Dennis, 
Deluxe Paint IV, Oscar, Print 

Managers Wordworth Home WP 

OR,.. 



Plus... 



, Dynamite Pack 
Dennis. Deluxe Paint IV. Oscar, Print 
er and Wordworth Home WP, 
E - Mouse Mat, Dust Cover, 



and 



1URAHK 



GAME of 9* 



£339.95 



ga A1200 Race N Chase Pack with 
Trolls and Nigel Mansell's Grand Prix, 
L- Mouse Mat, Dust Cover, 
L ied Joystick a ' 
MM* MONSTER 



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£299 




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ynamlte Pack 1 as detailed above 
.ncluding Freebies), the Superb 

Philips 15" Pro 2000 Colour Monitor/TV 
giving you the best of the A 1200 with a 
nt display... Desktop Dynamite 






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* (including Freebies). the Superb 

T Philips 15" Pro 2000 Colour Monitor/TV 
^giving you the best of the A 1200 with a 



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need In J*jJ||Mf4JJJ[V at a very 
Special Price. We've added the market 
leading Citizen 240C Colour Printer to 
Dynamite Pack 2 (above) - the Perfect 
Amiga Combination! Don't forget with 
ALL our Amigas you get Free Mouse 



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haseveryt. 
Starter Pack - anc" 
- well as the A1 2 
000 Monitor/TV (as our 
acK z above), we also include the 
magnificent Citizen 240C Colour Printer 
along with Software and Harwoods 

for o 



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Amiga A1200 with Trolls and 
Nigel Mansell's Grand Prix 



Plus Packs with Hard Drives, 

Monitors and Printers too. 

ALL AT MONSTER SAVINGS! 



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A 1200 

HARD WSK 
DRIVE OPTIONS 



DESKTOP DYNAMITE CHOICES 



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STANDARD PACK STANDARD PACK STANDARD PACK STANDARD PACK STANDARD PACK STANDARD PACK 

Inc. Mouse, plus PHILIPS plus PRO 2000 Inc. Mouse, plus PHHJPS plus PRO 2000 

Leads, Manuals, PRO 2000 & CmZBV 240C Leads, Manuals, PRO 2000 6 CITIZEN 240C 

Software etc. MONITOR/TV COLOUR PRWTER Software etc. MOMTOR/TV COLOUR PRNTER 



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524 95 £734 95 £1014 95 £499 9S £704 9S £964 95 




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£704 95 £924 9S £1189 95 £684 95 £904 9S £1164 95 









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JfeTime Warranty Plan 



Now yniu ArtTil ,s \\.in\uit\ 10 ANY hardware ilcin from Haraoods 

for less thaji^ou'd think? lake out up to 5yrs cover and at the end of 

thai period you can extend cover annually... \ LIFETIME'* Peace of ( 

Mind! What's more the Warrant)' is full) iransferrable enhancing 

sale values should you ever decide to upgrade your equipment. 

Avaflahle now even on hardware you may have purchased elsewhere! 



PLUS: All cables, Dust Covers for Amiga & 

Printer, Citizen Print Manager 2, Printer 

Paper/Labels, Mouse Mat, Final Copyll, 

Superbase, Superplan. Nigel M anse lls Grand 

Prix and Trolls AND... f 

FANTASTIC AT ..£999.95 











Ideal for the ardent games pi 

this 32Bit CD ROM System will 

expand into a full computer as 

your needs grow with CBM's 

planned Keyboard, Drives etc. 



**-*?. 



WRMSK 



£289.95 



nlga A1200 POWERPRO PACK 1 as detailed 

above but with the Amazing MicroVitec 
CubScan 1440 DMS 14" Colour Hi-Res Murtl- 
ync Monitor (in place of Philips Pro 



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FOR THE REAL ENTHUSIAST AT A SPECIAL PR 
only.jEl 199.95 AND with... 



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Citizen 240C Printer 



£999 
£1019 95 
£1189 95 



Nicrovflec Monitor 



£1199 

£1219 95 
£1389 95 



CM8833MKII 14" STEREO 
COLOUR inc. Leads/Dust Cover 
PRO 2000 15" COLOUR SUPER- 
RES MONITOR/TV inc. Leads 

The best of both Worlds - Quality 
Computer Display and fully featured 
FST High Definition TV In one! Infra 
red remote, FastText Teletext. Loop 
Aerial, Headphone Socket. 



£199.95 

White Stocks Last! 

£239.95 

The one In all 

Harwoods 

packs 



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£179.95 



ADDED VALUE PACKS 



HARWOODS EXCLUSIVE 
POWERPLAY GAMES PACK 

A GREAT BUNDLE OP 18 EXTRA GAMES TO 
ADD TO OUR AMIGA OPTIONS. 
YOU WONT tCED TO BUY MORE FOR AG* 

Xenon 2 Meganlast' . Stir Crazy, TV Sports Foottrf. 

Hostages. Jumping Jackson, Bubble Plus, Bloodwych, Tin-Tin 

on the Moon, Krypton Egg, Purple Saturn Day, Eliminate - 

Skychase, Safari Guns, Lombard RAC Rally. Captain Blood. 

Strike Force Harrier*. Sky Fox U and Lancaster 

only...£ 19.95 

...purchased wtth an Amiga or just £24.95 separately. 
•Not compatible with A 1200/3000/4000. 



NEW LOW.. 
£349.95 



CBM 1084S COLOUR 14" 

STEREO Inc. Leads/Dust Cover 

CBM 1942 MULTISYNC 14" 

COLOUR STEREO Inc. Leads, ^^^^ 

Dust Cover etc. (for A1200's, 

3000's & 4000's) .28 Dot Pitch 

NEW... M1CR0VTTEC CUBSCAN (no DMS)... TOE 
I LOWEST COST MULTISYNC MOWTOR AVAILABLE!!! 






■^UVITEC 



MicroUitec 



CUBSCAN (no DMS)... 14 u Colour Hi-Res MultiSync 
Monftor, .28 Dot Pitch available mid Jan. £299.95 

CUBSCAN 1440 DMS... 14"Colour Hi-Res Multi- 
Sync Monitor, Built-in DMS, .28 Dot Pitch £429.95 



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All our printers arc supplied for immediate use including 

cable, paper and labels FREE OF CHARGE Dot maim models 

come with tailored dust cover. We also include specific 

Amiga driver disks with ALL printers FREE, (with < iii/t n 

models you gel the excellent Print Manager Version 2) 








Swift 200 Mono 


AW.95 


120D+Mono 


41 19.95 


Swift 200 Colour 


4204.95 


Swift 90 Mono 


4154.95 


Swift 2*0 Mono 


4219.95 


swift 90 Colour 


416995 


Swift 240 Colour 


4239.95 




LC100 Colour NEW LOW... 

\! I w Thermal Colour HQ Printer 

LC24-30 Colour 2 iPin Complete with 50 Sheet 

Auto-Feeder, up to 192eps (draft). f>kps (LQ), 

10 Resident LQ Fonts. U.6K Buffer 

[£24-300 Colour 2-»Pin LCD Panel, up to 264cgM 

(draft). SOcps (LQ). 16 Resident I.Q Fopjfcjfl."TC 

Buffer, Quiet K> fc3db Modes. 

STAR LASER PRINTERS... 

LS-5 

IS-5EX 

LS-5TT PostScript 



4149.95 
4529.95 
4229.95 



4289.95 





4579.95 
4679.95 
4949.95 






nnt 

anager 



Available with all new Mar Printers or for existing Star 
users. Higher printing resolutions and more control of 
your Star. Please ask for details of this great new utility. 



Extended 
Warranty Plan 



New Prestige Warranty available on all Star printers. This 

is in addition to Star's standard 1 year warranty and can 

he extended to a max. of THREE YEARS ON-STIE from a 

very low cost!!! Please ask for further information or 

check out the booklet we include with every Star Printer 




BJlOsxMoM JP 4219.95 

BJ200 Mono, 250cps, Inc. Auto-SUect feeder 4319.95 

BJ230 Mono, 360dpi. 248cps, VVAtftfcu? AM* 4369.95 

BJCMiO s. 360dpi Colour Bubble Jet, us** Paper. 4564.95 
OHP. envelopes. Compact, diM^ftMMMiguie. 



■i colour ( MYK system, 100 slii^f|o%'f«*d<*. 
1 id nOcpfl leM mode, 8 std rrmS^oK Bnfter 





510 Mono Deskjet 
500 Colour Deskjet 
550 Colour Deskjet 




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Apple 11 equipment has always had a reputation 
for its quality and reliability... but. at a price! 

NOW you can use Genuine Apple ' Printers with 

your Amiga at far MORI- COMF1 1 1 1 1\ I prices 

than you'd imagined was ever possible... 



Apple™ Personal 

UserWrtter™ NT* 

tppra Canon engined 

laser w ith superfasi 

RISC Processor A 3Mb 

RAM (upgradable to 

iMh). True PostScript :>l 

Level 2. HP UstrlclU A 

PCI -i* emulations. 
FI in Amiga A PC com- 
patible. Parallel. Serial 

RS232 A LocaTI alk 
interfaces built-in. No 

oilier laser of this 
quality costs so link... 

*739.95 



Apple™ Color 

A3/A4 Bubbkjet 

(anon BJC 820 engined 
360x360dpi Bubblcjet 
EpsonQ 2^Pin emula- 
tion. Parallel A .SCSI 
iDtoft c ea . A3 A A-» size 
paper. I p io 3<M)cps in 
text mode! INFINITE 
COLOUR OUTPUT 
using a 4 colour CMYK 
system of ink cartridges 
with approx. "OOpage 
life. There's no better 
inkjet at only... 

£704.95 





INKJET CARTRIDGFS: 

BJIOex fa 415.95 BJSOO-Black 416.95 

BJ 200/ 230 415.95 BJSOO-Cyan 421.95 

BJ000- Black 46.95 BJ800 - Magenta 421.95 

BlOOO-Cyan 48.95 BJ800- Yellow 421.95 

BJMX) - Magenta 48.95 

BJWM) ■ Yellow 48.95 

SHEET FEEDERS: 

BJlOsx in White or Black 454.95 







Accessories & | 


IV^ 




umablc 


RIBBONS) 






AUTO SHEET 




MONO 


COLOIH 


FEEDERS; 


120D 


43.95 


NONE 


.All 80 Column 


90/4 


13.95 


415.95 


ModeLs ( please 


247200/240 


44.45 


415.95 


state! 484.95 



ACCESSORIES: 

9/24Pin, 80Co!umn Colour Kin not 124) 437.95 

2 1 Pin. 32K RAM Expansion (not 200/2-tO) 413.95 

2-iPin. 32k RAM Expansion for 2(H) '240 419-95 

.' iPin, 128k RAM Expansion (not 200/240) 442.95 




MONO 
RIBBONS: 

I.C10/20/100 43.95 
LC200 45.95 

I ( U 200 46.25 
INKJET CARTRIDGES: 
SJ 18 415.95 

0144 410,95 






COLOUt AUTO SHEET 

FEEDERS: 
45.95 All SOCoIumn 
410.95 Models... 
41145 (Please specify 

model when 
NONE ordering) 
412.95 



Accessories & 
Enables 



mono COLOUR 
INkJETC\RTRnXilN: 

Deujet/Deskwriler -Hooubiciik424.95sun.ur0 

PaintJet 421-95 427.95 
PAPER/TRANSPARENCY FILM: 

Single Sheet 4ia95 

2-Fold 420.95 

Transparency Film l 50 Sheets! 449-95 







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Now you can expand your Ann'Ka beyond (he 

capabilities of mam business computers 

with Hanvoods upgrades, 



Blizzard 1200 
Memory Boarc 



Winner of Amiga Format's Gold Award with a 
l 'i rating the specification is impressive,.. 

i inih K\M .1- Maiidard A option to add a further -iMIi 

J UMtUGRnONGFASI Zero wall me FAST RAN 

in.Titulh quicker dun iH M< lAunls) 
% Real lime battery hacked clock 

4. FPl «KknbuilliiiI..rs| vNDARni'IO ujx Maths to- 
Pn.i esMif ol up u> ttMHi rpt* »1" 

5. Easy A I i00 'Trapdoor fining retaining (BM Warrants.-. 
D I »mp«( design uiili^inff latcM SMI tcchnnlogv 

". Full P« < > WAR tt UuUNTY 

BUZZARD 1200- 4Mb HOARD 4179.95 

iMh. K VM Expansion (Bliznrds own) 4139.95 

33MHz. FPC Maths Co-Processor 479.95 

BUY All THREE TOGETHER KKJUST- 436995 



Blizzard 1230 
Turbo Accelerator 



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From the makers of the acclaimed Blizzard 1200 

RAM Board comes a great A 1 200 Accelerator... 
-tOO-TOO** performance increase on all application* (with 
jddi(ii<ii.il mi tkunl RA^l • 

Optional fat (Dp 10 lOMh m,i MM \ m M II interface for 
t I) HUM -u. d DTV.B0466) i»niu,M. Rcmmahlr 
Drin . i Syquiu* Ik TTmulli etc) a» used on Macintosh etc. 

ttMHzMEC0$0ProctMor 

Up kl Will/ 6H.SSJ \>[ ( ( or Pu\ IIM nit t Malta < o-Pro) 

Up to 64Mb of l.'Hli RAM aslog HaodirdTJ FtaSMMfl 

'<. Batter)' backed real time clock 

l-i>\ trapdoor iasiallaUon. Docs NOT void warranties 
& No M-linart rrouurd, )usl plui{ in and bo' 

BIJZZ,\RI) 1230TURBC)(OMh.) 
iMh. RAM fxpansion. MWu SIMM 
33MHz. FPl Maths ( ( , Processor 
BUY .AUTHR££ TOGETHER FOR JUST. 



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4179-95 

i79.95 

M49.95 



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FASTLAIME Z3 
SCSI-II Interface 



Ughtrdng fas r Hard Disk access for .ill imjgji 

\40(K) owners. The only IDE answer... 
BHt(upui lOMh m\ i dma m -i ii inicrfac. tori DRON 
■u mm BO-9660Fon>MiB),Optkal leBonUcDrtva 

i'miium- ,i« i j-. iiM-iiiin Apple Harintfuh ftr. 
Expandahle up to 6tiA ol i: Hit laM Ham 
Requin> no Busier ' hip uptcradi | 

4. Compatihlr with ;iH i vising Mm^j A-iOOO'* 

5. lx3aMUtSDDISockctt 

Exceptional \ alue FASHANE Z3-. 4329-95 



GVP Accelerators 

40MHz. 68030CC, MBit BOARDS 



f.\P 1 230 - tt ith OMh. RAM £249-95 

GVP 1230 - With IMh. RAM 4309-95 

GVP 1230 -With 1Mb. RAM 4499-95 

Ask about RAM upgrades and Maths Co-Pro's 




tompatibic with All. \s(Mi s \ Astttiplus 'Alsoti ,*» 

2000 versions available, please .i»k tor details >... 
I. I'luo im'>*idcijre\pan.sk*fi *1<>! \^ ptoa 

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and Accessories which we are continually extending as new products become available. 

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Amiga 
Accessories 



RomhoYidil2.V2.00 474.95 

Vidi 1 2 & Sound & Vision £94.95 

Technosound Turbo Sampler £29.99 

NEW Tcchnosound Turbo 2 444.95 




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Miracle keyboard 


4249-95 


Music X full wr-ion 1.1 


424.95 


Midi interface Sport c/w cable 


424.95 


ZYF1 Stereo Speakers 


439.95 


ZYF1 Pro Stereo Speakers 


454.95 


Stereo Master 


429.95 


Deluxe Music 2 


469.95 


Mcjilosouitd 


129.95 


Power Mono NEW V4.0 Hand 


4127.95 


Held Scanner 





Amiga 

Book Shop 



Amiga 1 2<H> Insider Guide 414.50 

Amiga AuOO Insider Guide 414.50 

Mastering Amiga Assembler 421.95 

Mastering Amiga Beginner* 418.50 

Mastering Amiga C 418.50 

Mastering Amiga Workbench 418.50 

Mastering \miga Dos \ > VoLl 419-50 

Mastering Amiga Dos \ 2 VdU 419-50 

Mastering Amiga Dos V2 vol.3 423-50 

Mastering VmigaAMOS 418.50 

Mastering Amiga AREXX 419.50 

Mastering Amig3 SyMcm 424.95 
AHA< US BtH>KS: In stock Please 
phone us lor kern prices! 



External Amiga 
. ' Disk Drives 




Epson GT650O Tblhed 
Epson GTH000 Halbcd 

(inc. Art lk*pt. 




ProGcn - Perfect 
entry level true video signal 
genlock 

Rendale 8802 inc switch 
and fader controls, Al 200 
,HQMfcrm*achcd MEGA Mnisi 
(cut-lkm magazine reviews* 
IIQ Microswhched 400dpi 
KtMilulion MH.AMOl M 
IKiMlcnxm itched MEG A 
MOl M iiu. Mouse Mat Holder 
High (juality micros a itched 
Optical mouse 
HO Mierosw itched Trackball 
Auto Mouse/Joystick Switcher 
Premier Control Centre & 
Monitor Plinth with shelf: 
I'or Amiga A500 
For Amiga A600 
for Amiga A12"i> 
Zipsti(kAinnfire.I'»>sti<.k 
Competition Pro-Star autofirr, 
bursifire A slow motion 
Python IM 

riic'RIGMkrosKiuhed 
Full range of Ouickjoy and 
other makes stocked - please 
call us for prices 
10TDK 3.5" DM>D 

50TDK J.VDSDD 

10TDK Vs dsHD 

Certified Bulk Disks with 

labels: 

10withlibrar> case 

50 Disks onh 

100 Disks only. 

250 Disks onh . 

5,5' Disk Head Cleaner essen- 



4839.95 
41179-95 



4o4.95 



4179.95 
412JQ 

415.95 

419.95 

428.95 

429.95 
417.95 



439.95 
434.95 
439.95 
411.95 
413.95 



Cumana 3.5" External Disk Drive 
with ihrmighport, extra long cable, 
free head cleaning kit 
Power \l High Density $.V External 
Disk Drive with I .'Mb. capacity for 
extra siurage spate, free disk head 
cleaning kit 



Amiga Hard 
Disk Drives 



MMJ 



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Our internal AbtiO Al 2(H) Hard Disk Driies 

are all high quality industn standard units 

manufactured by recognised and respected 

uorhiuide market leaders leg. Conner, 

Seagate, Western Digital Wc). Each Hard 

Drire comes tvith a one year warranty, dtit if 

software, fitting kit and full instructions for 

ion to fit easily yourself 
AmL. funk up and repair utility software. 



Capacity 

self 
Fit 



MSMb. 



4194.95 



130Mb. 



42H.95 



210Mb. 



43"*>. , »5 




Other Hard Disk sizes ataitahle„ 

HMM phone us for further details. 

Hard Drive capacities are unformatted 

to the nearest sMb. 
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'OVr.RDRIYF 55' FXTERXAL DRIVES 

S'liieynu tan net an EXTERNAL Hard Drive 

option that simply plugs into thv PCMl 1 1 slot 

nfxaur Amiga Al'tKI Till IA\) It'lTI 

ANSWER n I I HARD DISK l TCRADt " 

Ask us about prices und availability for 

models starting at Just... 

£249.95 

on a range from l.iOHb. up to S-rtlMb 



Supra Modems & 
FAX Modems 



A iull piiyt ui Modems and new FAX 
M^nlem* from » link a& ilQOHI 







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iliai max develop a fauli in ihe lirM year 

Imhiic produce have Z year w«irraniy) is 

(DttecKd PRO K Mainland i. You'll be given 

MlCXCfata pbOfK number nunnedhy our 

technkaJ wffwbo arc pinned to help you 

wilh m\\ |Mihkiiu, All hardw;ire is fined with 
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INTRODUCING OUR PANEL OF EXPERT GAME REVIEWERS... 



ROB MEAD 

Our 
games 
editor 
spent 
~ last New 
Year's 
Eve trying to get his 
head out of a cat flap 
he'd pinched at a party. 
"I tried it on for a laugh, 
but realised it was still 
attached to the door 
with a cat trying to get 
through it." Like, we 
believe you, Rob. 



MARCUS DYSON 



Gaffer 
has just 
returned 
from a 
holiday 
in New York where he 
took full advantage of 
the lax gun laws and 
bought a plastic pump- 
action job which fires 
foam arrows. Needless 
to say, everyone in the 
office is keeping their 
heads down. Ouch. 



TIM SMITH 

Amiga 
Format 
Specials 
editor 
Tim is off 
toOz in 
the New Year to visit his 
wife's folks and discover 
the source of the Amber 
Nectar. "It's somewhere 
in The Outback, " says 
Tim, completely forget- 
ting it's actually the 
name of his favourite 
drinking establishment. 



CLUR HODGSON 

Clurs 
idea of a 
perfect 
start to 
1994 is 
clearing 
off to the Scottish 
Highlands and sharing 
a sheepskin rug with 
Front 242 s Richard 23. 
Why she wants to share 
a sheepskin when she 
can afford her own is 
something we just 
can't understand. 



RICHARD JONES t 
- Now 

that Rich 
is a Dad, 
he's 
t| decided 
to adopt 
a more sober and 
responsible attitude for 
the coming year. 
"There's a fair chance 
that I'll be giving up the 
beer sometime in the 
next century," he 
remarked in somewhat 
guarded fashion. 



STEPHEN BRADLEY 

Our 

Steve is 
gradually 
slipping 
into mid- 
dle age 
by listening to choice 
cuts of easy-listening 
music Only recently he 
spent the morning 
regaling us of tales from 
a Gilbert O'Sullivan con- 
cert. "Gilbert is one of 
the forgotten greats," 
he claims. Yes Steve. 



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be exact), so he'd rub his crystal ball and look 

into the future to tell us which games will be 

heading towards the Amiga in the New Year... 



STAY INFORMED! 

Our up-to-the-minute listing of forthcoming releases 



Unusual beat-am up with froggy heroes. 

Strategy tlm set during the US Civil War. 

Platform puzzler gets post Xmas release. 

Wacky-Races style motor fast. 

Classic shooty action from the Bitmaps. 

Licensed version of Sly Stone movie. 

Futuristic sci fi adventure game. 

Top-down medieval RPG/ Arcade adventure. 

Enhanced version of ducky piatformer 

Great-looking beat-em-up from Finland. 

More souped-up versions of an arcade smash. 

Murder and mayhem In Victorian London. 

Long awaited sequel to god-game classic* 

Amiga version of Amies Irony-laden movie. 

Enables you to create your own cartoons. 

Isometric medieval role-playing game. 

Three racing games for the price of one. 

More superb footy action from Old Trafford. 

Take a min<H>lowlng voyage through the soul. 

Electronic version of money-mad board game. 

Cutesy platform game 

Spread your influence throughout the galaxy. 

Step Into Tom Watson's fashionable shoes. 

Mev Dine s hack W slash sequel. 

Dungeon Master style RPG with giant levels. 

Enhanced version of Bitmaps* brutal ballgame. 

Graphic adventure set In the American West. 

Another Format Gold winner from Graftgold. 



Two top-class games on one CD. 
Hits the cue ball right between the eyes- 
More militaristic messing from Blue Byte. 
It's on the Covordisk and It's brilliant. 
Green slime balls on the arm of your chair. 
Cutesy Mg cat platform action. 
Top-down cypberpunk adventure. 
What future Is there for this footy game now? 
Mid price R-Type shoot em up. 
Help 007 defeat Dr Maybe one more time. 
The fat plumbers get all educational. 
Enhanced version of slick golfing game. 
Pierre Le Chef's madcap cutesy piatformer. 
Space shooter and racing game on one CD. 
Graphically stunning beat-em up game. 
Space strategy game in Civilization vein. 
Their biggest beat-'em-up ever. 



Enhanced version of this cool alien shooter. 
Digital Illusions' action-packed piatformer. 
Indestructible road-smash action- 
Design and build your own motor Industry. 
Delayed adventure gets rescheduled. 
More lovable platform fun from the Humans. 
Spaceplane shoot-em-up. 
19th Century war game now on budget. 
What's got a hazelnut In every bite? 
Top down conversion cokmp shoot-em-up. 
Dreamy graphics In flight slm shock. 
Puzzling cutesy piatformer. 



FROM PINKIE WITH LOVE 



JANUARY 




Battletoods 


Mmdecape 


Blue and the Gray 


Impressions 


Bubba n' Stlx 


Core Design 


Cartoon Racer 


Grandslam 


Chaos Engine CO 32 


Renegade 


C UNhanger 


Psygnosls 


Cyberspace 


Empire 


Oarkstone 


Core Design 


Donk CD 32 


Supervision 


Ellmanla 


Renegade 


Exile AGA, CO 32 


Audiogenic 


Jack the Ripper 


Mirage 


K240: Utopia 2 


Gremlin 


Last Action Hero 


Psygnosls 


HB's Animation Workshop 


Empire 


Legacy of Sorasll 


Gremlin 


Lotus Trilogy CD 32 


Gremlin 


Man Utd Premier League 


Krisattt 


Microcosm CD 32 


Psygnosls 


Monopoly 


Supervision 


Puggsy 


Psygnosls 


Reunion 


Grandslam 


Ryder Cup Golf 


Ocean 


Second Samurai AGA 


Psygnosls 


Seventh Sword of Mendor 


Grandslam 


Speedball 2 CD 32 


Renegade 


Treasure In Sllverfake 


Flair 


Uridlum 2 CD 32 


Renegade 


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Allen Breed/Qwak CD 32 


Team 17 


Arcade Pool 


Team 17 


Battle Isle 2 AGA 


Kompart 


Beneath A Steel Sky 


Virgin 


Bogles (provisional title) 


Grandslam 


Brian the Lion 


Psygnosls 


Dreamweb 


Empire 


England World Cup Football 


Grandslam 


Fly Harder 


Krisalls/Buzz 


James Pond 3 AGA. CD 32 


Millennium 


Mario's Missing 


Mlndscape 


Nick Faldo's Golf CD 32 


Grandslam 


Out to Lunch 


Mlndscape 


Project X/F17 Challenge CD 32 


Team 17 


Rise of the Robots 


Mirage 


Startord 


MicroPros* 


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MARCH 




Allen Breed 2 CD 32 


Team 17 


Benefactor 


Psygnosls 


Crash Dummies 


Virgin 


Detroit 


Impressions 


Dracula 


Psygnosls 


Evolution: Lost In Time 


US Gold 


Fly Harder CD 32 


Krlsalls 


Great Napoleonic Battles 


Impressions 


MrNutz 


Ocean 


Ralden 


US Gold 


TFX AGA, CD 32 


Ocean 


I raps and Treasures 


Krlsalls 




He's pink, he's cute and he's 
terrified of... erm, everything 
actually, but only you can 
help him save those cuddly 
T-Rex's from extinction. 



Millennium Interactive 
have announced details of 
a platformlng superhero to 
rival the top F15H agent 
James Pond. 

Hailing from the 
Planet Purple, Pinkie is an 
alien hero who has 
focussed his attention on the imminent destruction of the universe and set out to 
defend the last of the dinosaur eggs to save the Jurassic monsters from extinction. 
The only problem is that the Pinkie race are extremely wimpy, being scared of 
heights, allergic to pain and terrified of violence. Bearing these not particularly endear- 
ing characteristics In mind, you have to lead Pinkie through about 60 extremely hostile 
levels and retrieve all the dinosaur eggs so they can be safely stored on the Planet 
Purple. Available on all Amiga formats, including CD 32 , Pinkie looks set to become a 
platformlng superstar. Released In May, Pinkie will cost £25.99. CD 32 owners can 
expect to pay an extra £4. For more details contact Millennium on 0223 844894. 



DARKMERE ARRIVES 
AT LAST 

Initially announced 
over a year ago, iso- 
metric RPG adventure 
Darkmere looks set to 
finally arrive on the 
Amiga very soon. 

Spearheading 
Core Design's move 
into more serious 
gaming territory, the 
game revolves 

around the hero Ebryn's attempts to rid his land of the evil curse of Darkmere, 
a mysterious force which has blighted his people since his royal father slayed 
Enywas, a mighty dragon. It's your job to help Ebryn uncover the Darkmere's 
many mysteries and lift the devilish scourge which has claimed the lives of 
many of your village's inhabitants. 

Darkmere will be available through Core Design in February, but initially 
will not be released on CD 32 , The price is yet to be announced. For further 
details, contact Core on 0332 297797. 




Ebryn Ignores the advice of the Elven council and offers a few friendly 
words of advice to a friendly down-and-out In Darkmere. 



LOVE, PEACE 
AND HARMONY 

Empire Software launch themselves at 
the stars with the release of a new Inter- 
planetary war-game called Maelstrom 
You play a third-rank officer in the 
Syndicate forces sent to reconnoitre an 
unoccupied planet for a possible military 
takeover. When you get there you dis- 
cover the planet - called Harmony - Is 
home to thousands of peace-loving min- 
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hair spray) In Empire's new offering. Maelstrom. 



force. Disillusioned, you defect and are appointed Overlord of Harmony, responsible for 
ensuring its survival against the Syndicate's overwhelming firepower. 

With a game concept by Syd Mead, graphic designer for Blade Runner, Maelstrom 
kwks like being a tense and exciting strategy simulation filled with plots twists, unpre- 
dictable characters and a mixture of battle management and arcade action. Maelstrom 
Is available now. price £34.99. Empire can be contacted on 081-343 7337. 




Uh oh! Government agent 

Robinson comes up against 

a confused and disgruntled 

triceratops who's got lost on 

his way to another game. 

French software develop- 
ers Silmarils have teamed 
up with the UK's Daze 
Marketing to deliver you 
another excursion Into 
adventuring territory. 

Set in a hostile future. 
Robinson's Requiem fol- 
lows the fortunes of a 

government agent who's been forced to crash-land his ship on a prison planet filled with 
all kinds of weird and not so wonderful alien Inhabitants. The in-game action takes 
place over three square miles of territory encompassing jungles, volcanoes, canyons 
and extra-terrestrial villages which you have to negotiate to escape the planet. 

Robinson's Requiem promises to test your skills as a fighter, diplomat and setf- 
mutilating surgeon as you deal with all kinds of life-threatening hazards. Robinson's 
Requiem goes on sale In March and will be available on AGA and CD 32 formats, price 
TBA. You can phone Daze on 071-328 2762 for more details. 




Steer your way through a post-apocalyptic Europe 
and defeat the evil Baron Czamy In Empire's new 
military role playing game Twilight 2000. 



TWILIGHT OF AN EMPIRE 

Empire Software are launching 
themselves into the 2 1 st century 
with a bleak prognosis centred 
around the activities of a renegade 
army in Twilight 2000, a militaristic 
role-playing adventure. 

By the late 1990s, planet Earth 
has abandoned the concept of the 
New World Order in favour of 
something far more destructive and 
nationalistic. You command a unit 
of 20 soldiers who have been 
given the task of destroying evil Polish warlord Baron Czarny and his infa- 
mous Black Legion. The game centres around four teams of five individuals 
who can be allocate a wide variety of tasks. Programmed by the same team 
responsible for the highly-acclaimed Megatraveller series Twilight 2000 fea- 
tures a mixture of tense 2D and 3D combat sequences as well as lots of 
careering about in a wide variety of heavily-armoured vehicles. The game 
goes on sale soon, price £34.99 with an enhanced AGA version promised. 
Empire can be contacted on 08 1 -343 7337. 



PIERRE EST ARRIVE 

Pierre Le Chef Is the lovable French hero 
of landscape's latest 48-level platformer 
Out to Lunch. 

As a master of International cuisine, 
Pierre is expected to concoct at kinds of 
tasty dishes in his kitchen, but he has a 
rather unusual problem - The ingredients 
he needs for his recipies Just don't want R 
to be cooked. 

So poor Pierre or (as they say in 

France) Le Pauvre Pierre, has to trundle 

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Persistent rumours about the world's most eagerly awaited sequel have borne fruit with 
the announcement that software giants Interplay are to release a follow-up to the classic 
role playing game Dungeon Master Originally released In 1987 through the now-defunct 
Mlrrorsoft company. Dungeon Master provided the definitive blueprint for all role playing 
games with Its tale of four adventurers battling their way through a bewildering series of 
convoluted dungeons and mazes In search of the mysterious Lord of Chaos, 

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sequel to Dungeon Master. Now It's finally here. Dungeon Master 2: The Legend of 
Skultkeep Immerses you Into an even more realistic world where creatures can think for 
themselves and every action has a consequent - and potentially totally disastrous - reac- 
tion. To make the gamepiay even more complicated, you also have to manage Dungeon 
Master Zs economic structure and you even have to handle the negative effects that the 
weather has on individual characters. 

Although a release date and price for Dungeon Master 2 have still to be officially con- 
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ISHAR 3 

If you were thrilled through to 
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Kraxos is home to the evil Emperor. Boris arrives there at the same time as two 
separate attacks from the Mexallens and rebel forces. 




he worst thing about being 
a teenager is getting sent 
on pointless errands by 
interfering parents. Boris 
Verne knows this to his cost. If his 
mother hadn't insisted he deliver a 
letter to Uncle George, he'd still be 
tucked up in his room, playing with 
his computer, instead of being 
stranded on a deserted planetoid 
surrounded by legions of warring 
space aliens. 

Universe is the latest graphic 
adventure from Core Design, cre- 
ators of the highly successful Curse 
of Enchantia fantasy role-player. 
Developed from his own film script 
by graphics artist Ralph Mohr, 




Wheel woncl is a cylindrical artificial 
planet where much of the in-game action 
takes place. Gorgeous isn't ft? 




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Many locations In Universe can only be 
reached by personal transport, so It's a 
good Job Boris managed to purloin this 
space car from Pfaltenop's car park. 



Universe takes you to a parallel uni- 
verse ruled by the Emperor 
Meiamises, a corrupt and pathetic 
figure who believes constant wars 
and brutality will ensure his subjects' 
loyalty. Unfortunately, the emperor's 
power is on the wane and he 
embarks on a final destructive con- 
flict against the peace-loving 
Mekalien people and at the same 
time he tries to extinguish an embry- 
onic rebellion at home. 

Hero Boris gets caught up in all 
this when he's befriended by a half- 
human called Silphinaa who's 
carried off by Meiamises' robot 
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conversation with the weird assortment 
of aliens and humans he meets. 



Core Design's futuristic follow-up to Curse of 
Enchantia arrives in February and looks abso- 
lutely breathtaking. Rob Mead beams it on to 
his Amiga and takes a closer look... 




Boris arrives on the unfriendly planetoid of Pfallenop where he's befriended by a 
female half-human and his adventure begins. 



breadth of being killed. Sounds 
promising, doesn't it? 

Although it uses the same Rawed 
game engine as Curse of Enchantia, 
Ralph Mohr and programmer Gary 
Antcliffe believe they've overcome 
most of the problems which made 
Curse so cumbersome. 

"Curse was more of an adven- 
ture for people who hadn't played 
that kind of game before and that's 



each other which would naturally go 
together. "There are still some illogi- 
cal puzzles," says Ralph, "because 
it'd be too easy to complete if every- 
thing was logical and gamesplayers 
actually enjoy wacky combinations 
of objects." 

What's most remarkable about 
Universe, though, is the graphics. 
Ralph airbrushed all the back- 
grounds for the 50-plus locations 



- What's most remarkable about 
Universe is the graphics... a very 
atmospheric game which features 256 
on-screen colours even on nn ASOO. * 



why we relied on an icon-only sys- 
tem," says Gary. "Universe is aimed 
at more experienced gameplayers, 
so we've put text in to make objects 
easier to identify, and to give you 
more information about what's going 
on. There's a description of the dif- 
ferent locations, for example, which 
wasn't included before." 

Universe is also a lot less linear 
and illogical than its predecessor. 
You can complete the different game 
sections in any order, so you're less 
likely to get stuck because you forgot 
to collect an object earlier in the 
game. The puzzles are now also 
much less contrived which means 
you combine or use objects with 



himself, then had them digitised to 
give the game a highly-charged, 
Blade Runner-ish quality. Combine 
this with Gary's mysterious Super 
Pre-Adjusted Colour (SPAC) utility 
and you end up with a very atmo- 
spheric game which features 256 
on-screen colours even on the most 
basic Amiga A500. 

So how do Ralph and Gary feel 
about the inevitable comparisons to 
Beneath A Steei Sky% "It's not such 
an adult graphic adventure as 
Steel Sky. There are lots of more 
light-hearted elements to it and 
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Amiga CD 32 . 

There's plenty of plot, action, colour 
and pace to keep you watching It. And 
the only way of doing this at any sane 
speed Is from CD. 



An evil conspiracy of Corps is creating havoc on Earth, and evil droids are 
set on destruction. Only you can stop them and liberate the captives... 



he 27th Century of 
Liberation is one of 
| those bleakish futures 
that seems to have 
»een washed with a warm 
ochre and pinkish hue. It is 
one of those futures in which 
Corps are taking over from 
the true and democratic 
power of the people. 

Well, not really, Bio-Corp 
and Securi-Corp are actually 
befuddling the dear old 
Emperor into spending more 
of his imperial time on the 
Wolf 359 System than he rea- 



sonably should. Despite this 
odd twist on the question of 
modern political power, there 
is still a cuddlesomely fashion- 
able 'e<o' theme underpinning 
the rest of the plot. 

The evil Corps are using up 
all of mother Earth's precious 
resources. What's worse, they 
are (ab)using them to build 
law enforcement droids, some 
of which are not as street- 
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doing things to people that 
even Kenneth Clarke might 
think a little over the nap. 

There is a conspiracy 
afoot. And it is one that has a 
lot of obviously 'futuresque' 
names in it. Names with more 
consonants than vowels: 
Jadva. Names with tenuous 
historical connections like they 
used in Star Trek: John, 
Fredrick Sebastian (but not 
Bach). And names that are just 
silly: Hannibal Chew. 

Your task, as John 
Sebastian, is to get to the bot- 
tom of the conspiracy, defeat 
the droids and make Earth a 
wholesome place to live, rove 
ana watch Crime vVa fell. 

Out of control 

Phew, what a plot. And, any- 
one who has played Captive 
will recognise some of it, be- 
cause this is indeed, Captive 2. 

And it's on CD 32 . Which 
leads to a lot of good things 
and one doozy of a bad one* 
If you want to retain your 
good temper then do not play 
this game with the CD 32 con- 
troller. It is complicated, 
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A came of Space /nvadere!!!? That's right, tucked away Mo the droids' complex con- 
trol circuitry Is a came of Space Invaders (look at the top right of the screen!). Now 
that's the kind of mindless, adolescent humour that makes this such a great game! 

This gome was designed to of heed here, try talking to 
be played with a mouse, it some of the urbanites instead 
has a lovely point and click to of blowing the hell out of 
it as you guide your droids them. You will find some use- 
around the place in a manner ful information and will be 
akin to Bye of the Beholder. able to carry on your merry 
But the programmers were way with a bit more of an 
told 'tweak this for that con- idea about what's going on. 
trailer thingie, on the CD The conversation elements 
wassname' and they got bored with on audioed CD 32 are 
towards the end of the job. really amusing. Everyone in 

Never mind, there is a this new world appears to 

great deal of fun to be had have developed a vocal 

etched into the pits and lands abnormality, suffering from 
of this CD. outlandish 



ing sequence - 
very neat 
indeed. You 
can sit back 
for a few min- 



games go, this one 
is steaming along.*. 
Liberation makes a 



the entire plot 
sweeping before your eyes. 
You can even hear the main 
characters charting away in 
full stereo. It's grand and well 
animated. There's a lot to be 
said for CD when you can get 
is quality of work pumping 
out at you. 

But what happens after 
you've watched the machine 
do the work? As you would 
expect from Captive 2, the 
control system is tidy and 
usable. You control four 
droids as they trek around the 
city in search of, well, things. 

The city is not a small 
place/ we're talking Glasgow 
here, and there are nine dif- 
ferent areas to explore. And 
what you are looking for are 
the people who have been 
illegally imprisoned by one of 
the evil Corps. They are... cap- 
tives. Your task is to free 
them. Essentially this means 
that you shouldn't shoot them. 
Any one else seems to be fair 
game. But take another dose 



ised accents, dis- 

this one *°£* ,,peet . h 

patterns ana a 
§ along... tendency to 

makes a r«P«atthem- 
i selves. Maybe 

this is what 

the future will 

be like once all kids are 

forced to learn their language 

from television. The horror! 

Looks good, feels good 

Bock to the game. The move- 
ment and control system are 
standard RPG fare. Guns, 
back-packs, walking, all that 
stuff. Where liberation does 
look ahead (and even beats 
the wondersome Hired Guns 
on one level) is that you can 
look both up and down as 
well as left, right and forward. 




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That must be Graham Taylor In disguise 
trying to escape from the UK. Then 
again, maybe not. 

The graphics are excellent 
side - the world you're in 
looks like William Gibson's 
notion of the inside of 
Wintermute. What it lacks in 
great detail it makes up for in 
the speed at which you are 
capable of moving around the 
terrain. If s all good stuff. 

And so is the bit where 
you get to shoot someone. Hit 
the button and out come your 
robot hands a-blastin' and a- 
rainin' hot death on all who 
stand before you. Oh, I mean 
ALL who stand before you - so 
make sure you've got your 
droids in the right relationship 
to each other before you 
decide to play Rambo with the 
local civilians, otherwise you'll 
have some seriously non-moti- 
vated metal men. 

It is a pleasant duty for me 
to tell you that as CD-based 
games go, this one is steam- 
ing along at a more than 
acceptable rate of knots. 
There is a ton of depth to it, 
enough to justify the not < 
rageoosly OTT price-tog ( 
done Mindscape for not cash- 
ing in on the CD-format). And 
aside from the niggles about 
the controller, it must be said 
that Liberation makes a fine 
Captive 2. Yup, it's a goody. 

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Mindscape have produced some 
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efore you start, there's 
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pretending to be nine months preg- 
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lem. In fact, he relishes his 
chubbiness, and so does his wife 
Blobbetta. They run a restaurant 
called the Stomach Building Centre 
and fill their not inconsiderable bel- 
lies with its tasty fare every night. 

Fatman's also a bit of a 
dab hand at inventing 
and, after he's polished 
off nine scrambled 

Mild-mannered Roy Fat 

tries to transform him- 
self Into Fatman, but 
Just ends up looking 
embarrassed. 

eggs for breakfast, 
he plays with his latest 
creation - the Food 
Irtventing Processor. 
Unfortunately, Fatman's obese 
jocularity isn't shared by everyone 
and he's made an enemy out of Ted 
Thinsin, mad scientist, junk food 
manufacturer and all round miser- 
able thin person who steals his 
fabulous food machine and kidnaps 
his cuddly wife to boot. 

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romp through the streets of cartoon- 
land in search of collectables and 
grub-related bonuses which can help 
Fatman get his missus and his inven- 
tion back. The Coped Consumer has 
a considerable array of weaponry at 
his disposal, including The Belch, 





Mummies, snakes, hairy spiders and painful spikes He In wait for the unsuspecting 
blubber monster as he braves It through Egyptian world. 



where the victim is sub- 
jected to on earth- 
quaking burp, and 
The Belly Butt which 
bounces opponents 
into oblivion. 

It's all extremely 
tasteless, of course, 
but you can't help 
marvelling at the way 
Fatman waddles around 
the 1 3 levels, struggles to 
gel up and down the stairs and 
pulls excruciating faces when he 
unleashes a burp at the baddies. 





Fatman's amazing Belly Butt can be used 
to defeat baddies or Impress young 
ladles at the local nightclub. 



You are what you eat and Fatman has 
got an extremely potent bad-breath 
weapon to prove ft. 

However, once you've got over 
your initial delight of his character, 
you soon realise how thin (arf, arfl) 
this game is. It's the kind of game 
you find hysterical when you're 
deliriously drunk at 3am, but which 
looks completely cock in the cold 
light of day. To cap it all, Fatman 
has a problem leaping around levels 
- not just because he's chubby - and 
there ore some glaring bugs which 
make it look shoddy. This would 
have been a great platformer, but it 
is ridiculously overpriced at £25 99. 

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ably cartoony, but it's down- 
hill all the way after that. 



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Innovative features like TextEffects"Type some 
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you got your hands on an Amiga"? It was 
like a whole new world. 

This may refresh your memory. 

New Digita* Wordworth 3! 

The improvements are graphic, to say the least. 
Now you can customise the toolbar, choose 
large or small icons, snap to the rulers or leave it 
free floating, on the page. 

The drawing palette includes all of the standard 
drawing tools, with more besides. You can 
create text boxes, picture boxes, TextEffects" 
tables, even spreadsheets. Then simply drag and 
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eter Molyneux has got a lot 
to answer for. If he hadn't 
invented Populous, we 
wouldn't have all those 
copycat games like Mega-Lo-Mania 
and The Settlers. Now French bods 
Microids have added another god 
game to the pile with Genesia, a tale 
of tribes, trials and mystery |ewels 

You are responsible for a clan of 
settlers who've set up home on one 
of five worlds. The aim is to help 
them prosper and lead contented 
lives by improving their economic 
and technological status. Only then 
can you start looking for the jewels. 
To help you, each bond of set- 
tlers can be split into eight occupa- 
tions including architects, inventors 
and farmers who con design and 
construct buildings, exploit natural 
resources or research and develop 
new technology This all costs money 
and materials, so you also have to 
manage your tax rate and stop 
your people starving or 
causing an ecologi 
cal disaster. 

The inventor 

and blacksmith 

make advances 

Including ships, 

weapons and 

wagons 

Get it right and you 
are rewarded with a flood of 
new arrivals in your colony as well 
as technical and military superiority 
over your rivals. Get it wrong and 
you could be going to bed much ear- 
lier than you thought 

All this is pretty standard fare if 
you're into god-games and Genesia 
does it all very well Being able to 
get inside the buildings and talk with 
the inhabitants is a nice touch and 
the seasonal fluctuations make the 
gameplay unpredictable. On the 




Everything grinds to a halt during Genesis's hard winters and some of your people 
(how many Is In your hands) Inevitably succumb to the bitter cold conditions. 





Monitor your progress with statis- 
tics on materials and workers 
at your disposal. 

downside, 
Genesia is so 
similar to its 
more illustri- 
ous god game 
predecessors it's 
inevitable you should com- 
pare them. It shares a virtually 
identical isometric game screen with 
Populous, complete with icons and a 
mini-map around the edge The way 
inventions are linked to make a 
whole, remind you of Civilization, 
while the construction and task ele- 
ments remind you of The Settlers 

Unfortunately, these overwhelm- 
ing similarities just make you think of 
how great the originals were and 
you find yourself wishing you were 
playing them instead. 




Genes/o has other problems too. 
It takes ages to get anywhere 
because you have to sit through the 
other two players' moves, whether 
they are Amiga-controlled or not, 
and you are confronted with almost 
constant disk-accessing. Combine 
this with the fact that it takes forever 
to get enough resources and people 
together to expand your empire and 
you are left with a game that 
demands a lot more from you than it 
gives in return. 

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A guide to the icons LEVELLING THE LAND 
you can use to 
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MINI-MAP: gives you an 
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GOLD: tells you how much 
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BUILDING SELECTED: 
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ACTION POINTS: Each mili- 
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1 HOURGLASS: each player 
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2 DISK: click lo s.ive your current game or load an old one. 

3 WORLD: gives you an enlarged view of the world map 
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5 DESTRUCTION: get rid of unwanted obstacles such as 
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9 WAGON: can be used to move goods around different 
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where they can be sold. 

10 BOATS: enables you to sail across the oceans and 
colonise other parts of the world. Click here to go to any 
available units. 

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dropping bombs on buildings or hostile troops. Click here 
to go to any available units. 




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The in-game music is a bit 
tedious, but the sound 
effects odd atmosphere. 



Becomes increasingly 
enduring the more you play 
it. A grower, not a stunner. 

PLAYABILITY 

It's will take weeks for you 
to get anywhere. If s no 
doddle either. 



** Genesia tries to 
outdo Populous 
and The Settlers, 
but ultimately 
fails to do either* 
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a challenging and 
occasionally 
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Micro Machines. 

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wrong direction at six miles per hour 
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Grunge computing 

Did any of you read that feature on 
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computer gome. It brings out those 
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tion teams and a choice of 1 2 
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You seek momentary shelter above the killing ground, while a 
fierce and ferocious hulk monster stalks the perimeter. 



A mighty machine overpowers its creator and embarks on a 
spree of mayhem and destruction - this Is The Chaos Engine. 




Iready established as 
one of the all-time clas- 
sic shoot-em-ups, The 
Chaos Engine finally 
gets an AGA incarnation 10 months 
after its initial release. 

You play one of two street-fight- 
ing mercenaries sent in to destroy a 
crazed machine and the plethora of 
nasties it has unleashed. There are 
four worlds and 1 6 levels to explore, 
plenty of tricky puzzles to solve and 
the usual selection of power-ups and 
bonuses to collect or buy at the end 
of every other level. 

What made the original game 
so brilliant was its extreme payabil- 
ity. A wicked two-player option, the 
eight-way scrolling, baddies pour- 
ing out of the walls and the pace of 
the action made The Chaos Engine 
one of the most addictive and 



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games ever. 

This AGA ver- 
sion retains all the 
original game's 
features and adds 
a 256-colour 
palette to the mix, 
so there's been 
quite a marked 
changed in the 
way the back- 
grounds and sprites 
The hulk monsters in 
hove swapped their 




Collect enough dosh during the levels 
and you can reward yourself with skills, 
energy and weapon power-ups. 



are coloured. 
World Two 
orange glow for 



a healthy pink, for 
example, and 
there's a lot textur- 
ing and shading 
on virtually every- 
thing else. The rest 
is exactly the same 
as the standard 
version and, to be 
honest, you're only 
really going to 
need this if you're 
new to the Al 200 or you haven't 
got this fabulous game already. 

Rob Mead O 







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The quest for the World Cup takes you to all sorts of Interesting It's not all about the roar of the crowd and a sweeper system, 
places. This could be Eastville, Bristol Rovers' old home. Here Soccerkld enters a mysterious underground world. 

he youngster with outra- 
geous ball skills had the AF 
office purring (and not 
doing much work) back in 
September. Soccer Kid tells the tale 
of how a trophy-hoarding alien 
attempts to steal the World Cup. The 
Cup collides with a meteor and shat- 
ters, spreading the pieces across the 
globe. Your task is to collect the bits 
and get them to America in time for 
the World Cup Final. 

Soccer Kid is basically a plat- 
form game but it's original and 
incredibly playable. The Kid can per- 
form headers, overhead kicks and 
various other tricks to overcome the 
baddies which include skateboard- 
ers, Italian waiters, farm animals and 
Russian soldiers. 



The more trick shots you perform, 
the more points you get at the end of 
the levels — if you can get there. 
Along the way, there are footie 
cards to collect (sadly no bub- 
blegum) and these enable you to 
take part in bonus levels against the 
clock. There are loads of levels and 
five continents to travel across and 
despite being tricky, once you start, 



you just can't put that joystick down. 
The AGA version has improved 
graphics and colours (which weren't 
half bad in the first place) and it is 
now hard disk installable. If you've 
got the original, don't bother getting 
this version but if you like platform 
games, this rubs shoulders with the 
Zoo! and Yol Joel. Fantastic. 

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This budget expansion board fits via the trapdoor. 
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DEMON Ltd. 

(0736)331039 



It's got more blood and guts than a butcher's 
apron, but can Virgin's latest gore-fest live up 
to the hype which surrounds it? Rob Mead 
girds his loins and finds out. 




here's too much sex and 
violence in the world, 
apparently. Most people 
spend their lives trying to 
get as much of the first one as possi- 
ble, while avoiding the second like 
the plague, so what's the big obses- 
sion with pummelling people to 
death in Amiga games? Because it's 
fantastic fun that's why, and Mortal 
Kombat proves to 
be no exception. 
For the past 
500 years, the 
evil Shang Tsung 
has organised o 
contest where the 
world's toughest 
fighters compete 
against each 
other for the 
grand title of 
Mortal Kombat 
Warrior. Naturally, there's none of 
this swords and guns nonsense, just 
plenty of bare-knuckle fighting and 
the odd decapitation to prove who's 
boss. As an added incentive, Shang 
Tsung promises to steal the soul of 
anyone who's defeated in combat. 




Squealing like a stuck pig you plunge 
horribly into The Pit and get offered a 
prime job as a human pin cushion. 



You can choose to play one of 
seven different characters -Johnny 
Cage, Kano, Sub-Zero, Sonya, 
Raiden, Liu Kang and Scorpion - 
who each have their own range of 
special fighting skills including 
widely publicised Death Blows 
where you literally get to take your 
opponents to pieces. Reptile, Goro 
and Shang Tsung are all boss char- 
acters rippling 
with bone-crush- 
ing manoeuvres 
and evil intent. 
Shang Tsung even 
has the ability to 
morph into other 
characters when 
he's fighting you. 
To make the 
gameplay more 
varied you also 
get three difficulty 
levels, three endurance rounds - 
which enable you to pit your fighting 
prowess against two different oppo- 
nents in the same bout - and the 
Mirror Match where you take on 
your own character in the ultimate 
test of your fighting skills. There are 




The final confrontation. You come face-to-face with the meanest, nastiest, most bru- 
tal fighter of them all - Shang Tsung. the despotic organiser behind Mortal Kombat 



olso the usual two-player options and 
you can choose up to six continues if 
you're crap. Finally, there's a sub- 
game after every third and fifth 
opponent which enables you to do a 
Daley Thompson-style power joystick 
jiggle before smacking your hond 
into various objects made of wood, 
stone and steel. 

What makes Mortal Kombat so 
different from illustrious predecessors 
such as Street Fighter 2 and Body 
Blows is its realism and the contro- 
versial amount of gore on offer. 
While SF2 and Body Blows just let 



you defeat your opponents, through 
some well-placed kicks and punches, 
Mortal implores you to kill them in 
the most gruesome way imaginable. 
You can rip out your victims' hearts 
and spines, roast them alive or make 
their heads explode. 

Combine this with some fluid, 
digitised sprites of actors and you 
get one of the most gruesomely real- 
istic beat-em-ups you've ever seen. 
But is it any good? 

The main problem with Mortal is 
it looks as though everything has 
been sacrificed for the digitised 





SEVEN SHADES OF 
GRISLY DEATH 

Each of Mortal Kombat % 

seven characters has a 

special move called the 

Death Blow, which is just 

what you need when 

Shang Tsung shouts 

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JOHNNY CAGE: POWER PUNCH 
Stand right next to your opponent, push 
the joystick towanta him three times, 
then press Fire to punch his head oft. 




KANO: HEART ATTACK 

Push the joystick away from your oppo- 
nent, then away again and press Fire and 
Kano tears out your enemy's heart. 







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RAIDEN: HEADBANG 
Stand next to your opponent, push the 
joystick towards him. then away three 
times, press Fire for a head explosion. 



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LIU KANG: HELICOPTER SPIN KICK 

Push the joystick down, ^way from your 
opponent, then towards him and down 
again to perform this special move. 



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Stand a little away from an opponent 
Push the joystick down twice, press Fire. 
A ball of flarrw reduces them to bones. 



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Push the joystick towards an opponent, 

down towards him and press Fire. You 

reach out and remove their head. 



SONYA BLADE: KISS OF DEATH 
Matte Sonya blow a deadly kiss by push- 
ing the Joystick towards an opponent 
twice, away twice and pressing Fire. 




He's big. he's bad and he's going to 
squeeze the living daylights out of you. 
Goro Is Shang-Tsung's four-armed side- 
kick and one heck of an opponent. 

sprites. The five (count 'em) different 
backgrounds look extremely cheesy, 
often with blocks of colour where 
there should be a tasty spot of paral- 
lax scrolling or animation... anything 
to make it more interesting. The over- 
all effect is that the game lacks 
atmosphere and feels cheap. You 
could almost be playing a C64 
game rather than marvelling at the 
graphical capabilities of the Amiga. 

- What makes 
Mortal Kombat so 
different is its 
realism and the 
amount of gore. " 

Unfortunately, this lack of atten- 
tion to detail also spills over into the 
gameplay. By faithfully reproducing 
the coin-op, the programmers have 
given each character over 24 differ- 
ent moves. This inevitably means 
that, like Body Blows Galactic, the 
joystick controls are vague and 
there's a lot of frantic waggling as 
you try to find the right move to 
attack your opponent with. This is 







Reptile is one of Mortars three boss 
characters. Problem is he's hard to beat 
and even harder to track down. 

OK when you fight your pals, but 
frustrating when you take on the trick- 
ier Amiga-controlled adversaries. 

Despite the overwhelming possi- 
bility of moves, you soon discover 
the same couple of punches and 
sweeping kicks can be used to sap 
your opponent's strength. You also 
don't get the same variety of moves 
across different characters. They all 
seem to do the same kicks and 
punches and even the special moves 
are remarkably similar. Mortal's 
characters just don't have enough 
personality to pull you in. 




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Fluid, digitised sprites, but 
the lacklustre backgrounds 
make it look tacky. 



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backdrops. The sound 
effects can be gruesome. 



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want to keep playing in 
spite of yourself. 

PLAYABILITY 



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Joystick controls are vague. 
Even the grisly bits can't dis- 
tract from a lack of finesse. 




" Strip away tho 
blood and guts, 
and you're loft 
with a very 
average beat- 
em-up that owes 
more to Pit 
Fight or than 
Body Blows or 
Sfroof Fighter. ** 





The state of the Global Domination battlefield In Northern Europe where the arms race 
seems to be going Into overdrive. The bigger the bullet, the better you are. 

GLOBAL 
DOMINATION 




obody likes a loser - ask 
Graham Taylor. The his- 
tory of the world is 
written by those who 
have the conviction to win and you 
can take your place among them 
with Impressions' latest strategy sim. 
Global Domination enables you 
ond up to four human or Amiga-con- 
trolled opponents to lake part in a 
monumental struggle for power 
where cunning, brute force and man- 
agement of scarce resources play an 
equal part. 

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difficulty, world-creation and even 
modem options to keep the most avid 
wargamer hooked for weeks. 

You don't expect fancy graphics 
in a game like this and, sure enough, 
you don't really get any, but there 
are some neat sound samples and a 
stirring Wagnerian soundtrack to 
draw you in. This emerges as one of 
Impressions' most playable and 
addictive games yet, but at £34.99 it 
is overpriced. 

Rob Mead 'Z? 



GLOBAL 



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The world's most charismatic leaders 
line up to take a pot shot at global domi- 
nation. What will you do to win? 

Each player is given a limited 
amount of territory at the beginning 
of the game and you have expand 
your empire into neutral ond occu- 
pied zones, grinding down your 
opponents to the point where they 
completely disappear. 

This game comes across as a 
less sophisticated incarnation of 
Civilization. The technical advances 
and people management elements 
have been dispensed with in favour 
of some straightforward conquering, 
and it all works jolly well too. The 
icon-driven control system is easy to 
use and you're soon taking on the 
likes of Napoleon, Genghis Khan 
and Queen Victoria at their own 
Empire-building game. 

There are plenty of random ele- 
ments - such as revolutions and 
surprise attacks - to keep the game- 
play interesting and there are lots of 




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What the hen wou 
anyone warn 
onolher Zool for? I 
mean, when you've 
got one ultra-fust saoliing, Coloufful- 
as-a-very<olourful thing platform 
blast, what more could you wen 
Especially when the first one 
scored a massive °5 per cent 

Now, back when I gave 
Zool that huge score, putting 
ii in the stratosphere of the 
AF scoring range along with 
a mere handful of other games 
that got so close to (b^ 
still so far away from) 
the perfect score, some 
people complained. They 
questioned my sanity, but 
the bloke in the white coat 
who checked me out proved 
to be even more insane 
than I was, espe< 
after I showed him 
Zoot\ 

Eat my words 

n o confirmed plotform freok But 
I've been playing so much Hired 
Guns and Cannon Fodder recently 





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that I thought maybe 
Zoo/2 wouldn't 
thrill me in quite 
the same way as 
its illustrious predi 
cessor d 

Heyt I con 
admit it I was 
wrong I was very, 
very, very wrong. Zoo/2 
lakes everything that was 
great about the First game 
ond retains it It takes every- 
thing that was merely 
very good about me 
hist gome, ond 
improves on it 
Then it hikes o 
few things that weren't even in the 
t game, costs them into the melt- 
ing pot, stirs the mixture well, leaves 
if for o while, and then whips olf the 
lid to reveal the best 
plotformer ye 

If there is a criti- 
cism that con be 
levelled at the original 
Zool. it is lei depth 

lo the gameplay. Zool 
simply isn't a platform 
puzzler. It's a straight 
ahead romp Start at 
the beginning of the 

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"Hmmmml That wall collapses when I shoot It! It conceals a hidden mega bonus. I'll 
be bound" Zooz discover* hidden points Oh. and that egg's a trampoline, by the way. 



level and rush to the end bopping 
baddies ond gothenng goodies on 
the way Beat 



the clock, don't 
lose a life and 
you're laughing 
So, what's 
changed? Well 



The levels are more involved than 
<me. ond each has more than 

one route to the 

*• This really is the 
game to make peo- 
ple forget about that 
damned hedgehog *• 



Can I use the dicing with 
death pun again (No - 
Ed). Watt a minute. I am 
the Ed! Zool stops for a 
quick game of snake* 
and adders. 



Collapsing bridges: what 

a staple of platform 

games. Zool ?% don't 

Just collapse, they 

explode as well. 





those ol you 
who are not intimately acquainted 
with the first game, it featured a 
mn|0 alien from the Vrh dimension 
Don't believe anyone who tells you 
he was an ant, becouse he wasn't! 

Gurly on board 

This time round Zool has a buddy, or 
should that be buddess? Anyway, 
the female of his species has joined 
him to help tromp the nostie 

The action takes place on six 
more graphicollythemed worlds, 
and you can choose to play either 
Zool, or his alien gurlfriend, Zooz. 



end. Which 
way you go 
about complet- 
ing the level 
depends on 



which of the 
iracters you are playing, because 
each has different abilities, which 




All good platform games have last out-of- 
control tube sections these days. 







ZOOL 2 



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Swan Lake. Goosey goosey gander. 



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section in a nlnja allenette explosion. 




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The fantastic King Tut level of Zool 2 has 
a distinctly Egyptian theme. 

open up different routes 

Zooz, for instance, can jump 
and spin, in a similar way to Zool 
himself. But when she lands she can 
penetrate some floor areas, giving 
her access to lower levels that Zool 
may nof be able to reach. Zool has 
some nifty new moves too, including 
a killer backspin he activates by kick- 
ing off a vertical surface One big 
improvement is that Zool and Zooz 




can both climb up most (but not a 
vertical surfaces, rather than having 
to jump up as in the first game. 

This was by far the most annoy- 
ing aspect of the original Zool, 
because getting Zool to ascend the 
walls by bouncing off. and sticking 
back on was a tad tricky to con- 
trol, and when he hit a 
Chocolate Spiky he was 
flung off the wall in a way 
that was most difficu 
to handle. Now 
if Zool (or Zooz) 
crawls past any 
kind of wall-clinging nasty he 
(or she) just incurs an energy 
penalty 





In a spin 

This time round you hove five 
energy points to lose, rather 
than three. You'll need 
eml Throw in a dog 
called Zoon (although I 
can't find him), two 
baddies called Krool (Cruel, geddit?) 
and Mental Block, a Sonic 2 like 
tube section, the world's best-selling 
lollipop, and three different difficulty 




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Zool) can walk on light beams. Cool! 



As she lands from a spin, 
Zooz busts her way 
through weakened floors 
to reach areas of the lev- 
els that are out of bounds 
for Zool. 



This accurate scale dia- 
gram of a helical spring 
was created using XCAD 
3000 by the ubiquitous 
Mr Patrick Pending. 



levels, and you end up with the 
year's best platformer - for the sec- 
ond year in succession. 

There is some slowdown on an 
A500/600, but on an Al 200 this 
game is fast, smooth-scrolling and 
completely jerk-free. It's not 
unplayable on a pre-AGA 

machine, but it is one good rea- 
^ son to dump that A500 and 
M nog someone to get you an 
A 1200 for Christmas, your 
birthday or any other good 
reason you can come up with 
I would recommend playing it 
on an A4000, but that's going a 
bit far. And anyway, it doesn't 
work on an A4000 without 
going through all that pesky boot 
options rigmarole first 

Well done Gremlin, this 
^^ really is the game to make 
people forget all about 
^^yt-y that damned hedgehog 
^*7 (whatsisname?) Zool 2 
is faster and franticer 
(™ Mode-up-Words-R-Us!) than any 
Amiga game ever seen. 

Did I mention that I like this 
game? Because I dol t am supposed 
to go on holiday 
tomorrow, but I don't 
want to, I want To stay 
here and play Zool 2. 
When, oh when, are 
Commodore going to 
come up with a 
portable Amiga? 

Turn on, boot 
up, freak outl 

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I was playing this on a 600 
and someone asked me if it 
was the AGA version. 



The sound effects are great. 
The music is just like any 
other platformer. Turn it off. 



Don't touch that joystick/ 
keep away from my Amiga, 
put those disks down. 

PLAYABILITY 



I am gobsmacked, how 
could they do this? how 
could they improve Zooft 




*• This game is 
quite simply 
stunning. Zool 2 
is playable, and 
addictive, fast 
and fun. In fact, 
it really is the 
perfect successor 
to the original. 
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platform land, 
genre fans. I'd like 
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this review by giving you a quote 
Irom off the back of the box. It paints 
a particularly vivid picture and quite 
brilliantly monages to convey what 
this game's about OK, here we go. 
Hold tight; 

"During the unsuccessful voyage 
of the rebel Times to the Earth, an 
evil Tiny had captured the king and 
got hold of the marvellous machine, 
turning Slumph into a planet of ter- 
ror! " Awesome isn't it? I could 
hardly wail to tear the cellophane off 
the box after reading that 

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style puzzle game. You get kitted out 
with a Furry which can transform 
itself into four different varieties, 
each possessing a different talent. 
Using these little troopers you've got 
to battle your way through various 
levels to reach the castle where the 
king is being held. 

In order to complete a level you 
hove to make the fullest use of your 
four Furries. They can all walk and 
run on solid surfaces and push 
objects, but the yellow one can 
throw fireballs, the blue one can 
swim underwater., the green one can 
throw out a line and swing from it 
and the red one can eat its way 
through rock. 

Death by motion 

You get the gist yeah? Good. So 
how does it play2 Well for starters, 
it's got one of those almightily 
annoying inertia systems. Set your 
Furry in motion and it will rebound, 
bounce, brush and skid off every sin- 
gle obstacle in its path Attempt to 
bring it to a quick hall and you'll 
fait. They've got about the same 
stopping distance as an oil tanker 
This kind of inertia means that 
when you die, you tend to blame it 





This cactus Is a particularly unforgiving 
lump of vegetation. Simply brush Into It 
and you will lose a valuable life. 



Your red Furry can zing Its way happily 
through any amount of rock. I'd hate to 
see Its dental bill though. 

completely on the game. As franti- 
cally as you wrestle with the joystick 
the little blighter inevitably skids off 
the platform and on to a spike. 

The game isn't withoul its high 
points though. The best of the Furries 
is the rope-throwing green one. 
Learn how to control this chappie 
properly and you'll soon be swing- 
ing Tarzan-like along the levels 
quicker than Ron Ely with the trots. 

The levels get |olly hard, jolly 
quickly. Even the tame introductory 
screens can give you a lot of grief. 
As soon as you get into the game 
proper, however, you realise that 
this is the most unforgiving game 
since Beelzebub's Big Day Out. 
Once again, it's that inertia which 
screws it all up. No matter how well 
you think you've got a section 
sussed, it will still manage to screw 
up your gameplan completely. 

The other big problem with the 
game is the transformation process 
In order to change the abilities of 
your Furry you have to pull down on 
the joystick, click left or right to 
choose the new one and then press 
up on the joystick I've got two prob- 
lems wilh this. Firstly it takes too long 



to transform, giving nasties plenty of 
time to creep up on you. Secondly 
you often end up transforming by 
mistake, one minute you're happily 
eating your way through some rock 
and the next you inadvertently trans- 
form and end up losing a life It's 
really not very nice. 

Sumptuous and cute 

As with oil these games, the graphics 
are sumptuous and the sounds sick- 
eningly cute. If I have any complaints 
about the graphics, it's that the 
sprites are too small, it's too easy to 
lose them on the screen, especially 
when you're using one that's the 
same colour as the vegetation. 




The blue Furry has the ability to swim 
under water, firing air bubbles at any 
nasties that happen to be In the viclnrty. 

Still, some people positively 
enjoy hard games like this. And who 
am I to criticise them for it? However, 
I do not want to meet the challenge, I 
do not want to rise up against the 
odds and I most certainly do not 
want to climb that mountain jusl 
because it's there 

Nope, downright stubborn 
games like this you con keep. 
They're not good for your blood 
pressure, your joystick or your cat 

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2. What processor does the Amiga 
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b) 68020 
c) 68080 

3. Which tabloid newspaper does the 
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Twelve runners-up will not go empty 




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When we asked Stephen Bradley to review all the latest CDs he said: "Great, is 
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room, he emerged with these reviews. Let's hope that his taste in games is 
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CD 32 Sensible Soccer Is basically a straight port from (he floppy dish 92/93 version. II you've got 
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ensible Soccer. The best computer game ever? Of course it is. After 
shirting 175,000 copies on the Amiga alone, Sensi has hit the con- 
soles in a big way and now it's available on CD^. | T ' S basically 
the 92/93 season version with red and yellow cards and the new 
back pass rule, ported from floppy. The first discernible difference is the 
change in music from the Captain Sensible funky tune to a more mellow South 
American rhythm. The game itself? Well, it's as gorgeous as ever. Small 
sprites, overhead pitch view, hundreds of teams and piles of options including 






You know. Sensible Is so realistic that you sometimes lorget It's not the genuine article. It's only 
when you see a scorellne as like this one that you remember It could never happen In real life. 

tactics, weather variations and different competitions. Oh, and absolutely fan- 
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players from the teams. They appear on the team sheets but unfortunately turn 
white when entering the field of play A minor oversight perhaps, but annoy- 
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bounce and generally platform your way out of the various dungeon levels. 



robs eh? Are they all called Sinbad? The main protagonist in this 
Middle East affair is not a sailor but an apprentice gardener at 
the local royal palace. But it seems that our Sinbad has eyes for 
only one petal, and that's the Princess Laila (not the one from Sfar 
Wars, nor the one that got Eric Clapton on his knees) Meanwhile, in another 
part of the world, an evil chap hell bent on ruling the kingdom casts a spell 





and kidnaps Laila while Sinbod's vain attempts at rescue fail miserably and 
he's arrested by palace guards for sorcerous deeds Unfair, but you need a 
plot don't you? 

Sinbad's task is to escape the dungeon and rescue the woman he loves. 
In the winking of an eye you're off on nine fun-filled levels of platform may- 
hem, collecting everything in sight, solving puzzles and slaying baddies left, 
right and centre. It's not outrageously difficult but it's certainly addictive with 
large, well-animated sprites and catchy tunes and effects. There are vicious 
end of level guardians to tackle and one of the levels puts you on a flying car- 
pet with bleating sheep winging their way towards you - honest. Arabian 

Nights is a chirpy plat- 
form outing and it's not 
going to break the bank 
at 15 quid. 




The palace gardener busies himself with a spot of topiary. Soon It 
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Buzz 0709 372290 
Millennium 0223 844894 
Oremlm 0742 7S2423 
Mlndscape 0444 24633 




MORPH CD32 

Millennium ■ £34.99 ■ Out now 



JOHN BARNES EUROPEAN 
FOOTBALL CD32 




Morph may bo a bouncy, good-looking and lovable little fellow, but at £35 he doesn't come cheap. 

A surprising tale and no mistake. Morris Rolph, or Morph to his mates, bobs 
round to see his uncle, the wonderfully named Professor Krakenpot who hap- 
pens to have invented a teleporter. The prof demonstrates the machine using a 
mouse and somehow or other Morph ends up in bits, well atoms and elec- 
trons. And then the machine goes and explodes, so Morph must find the 
missing parts of the teleporter and get back into shape. 

There are four major zones to explore in this platform/puzzler. The Prof's 
Garden, The Lab, The Factory and The Sewers. Morph, through clever meta- 
morphosis assumes one of four states - a solid ball, flexible ball, cloud or 
liquid drip to enable him to avoid the variety of hazards. It's all very pretty but 
the puzzles can be rather tough and you need to be a joystick wizard to get 
through some of them. Not really a game for those who like fast platformers 
because you actually have to think (no, really). 

Morph is bright, it's fun and there is plenty of 
depth but it is also a straight port from the Al 200 
version and there really can be absolutely no justi- 
fication for the £35 price tag. 

OVERKILL/LUNAR-C 

Mindscape ■ £29.99 ■ Out now 





Lunar C (left) and the DefenderAsh Overkill make a pretty nifty CD 32 shoot-«m-up pack. 

Is there anyone out there who doesn't like Defender? Well, silly question 
because there must be, and if you are one of those people, wake up and 
smell the coffee. Overkill is Defender for the Nineties and was originally 
released back in September '93, when, somewhat surprisingly, it was the first 
AGA-only game. You don't need to know that it's set in 2690 AD, somewhere 
in the solar system, only that it's incredibly smooth and wonderfully quick. 
Yes, Overkill is a horizontally-scrolling shoot-em-up and you've seen them 
before but it's still great fun. 

Also included in this tidy package is another space shoot-em-up, iunar-C 
(geddit?). This gives you pretty much more of the same sort of space age laser 
death action, as you battle the Sirian forces, destroying wave after wave of 
evil alien fiends. It's incredibly easy at first but complacency is soon replaced 
by panic and some frantic joystick manoeuvring. 
Collect the power-up tokens and blast to your 
heart's content. Overkill is the better of the two 
and at £30 this pair of sharp shooters are reason- 
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Buzz ■£ 14.99 ■ Out now 




In many ways this game Is similar to John Barnes' season so far: a complete non-event. 

Bit of a forgotten man now is our John but he's still one of the best. Anyway, 
his European Football game is what you're interested in (or not as the case 
may be) and the CD*" version is a straight port from its floppy predecessor. 
This one dates from England's ill-fated excursion to Sweden tn 1992 and poor 
John never even made it Heathrow. A side-on view with large sprites affair, it 
is essentially a revamped Manchester United. Unfortunately the sprites aren't 
particularly well animated and they are a bit clumsy to boot. The gameplay is 
stilted rather than free-flowing and the sluggish controls make it difficult to 
play speedy passing football. 

There are plenty of options including tactics, match length (up to 90 min- 
utes, heaven forbid) and one where you control only the boy Barnsie himself. 
Unfortunately, you can only use the joypad to play the game. If you plug in 
an ordinary joystick you can move the players 
around, but not kick the ball. John Barnes 
European Football may look like a bargain for 
only 15 sovs but take my advice, for an extra ten- 
ner, Sensible's your best bet. 

NIGEL MANSELL'S WORLD 
CHAMPIONSHIP CD32 

Gremlin ■ £25.99 ■ Out now 






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Nigel offers a fow kind words of encouragement, shortly before you spin off the track at 180 mph. 

Nigel Mansell's World Championship is an arcade-style race game with 1 6 
circuits from around the world to tackle. You con get started straight away by 
racing a single circuit. There is a car tuning section which can be ignored but 
if you like a tune, you can make adjustments to the aerofoil and such like. 
Racing itself is simple enough. The control is intuitive and the joypad 
works better than your average joystick. The CD version is similar to the 
A 1 200 game, although it's slightly quicker and eight audio tracks have been 
added. Believe it or not, they're not bad. This is 
not the best racing game around [Fl Grand Prix 
is, of course), but it's by no means the worst you'll 
play, and at least Gremlin have seen fit to charge 
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Liberation - Captive 2, F117-A Stealth Fighter, Cosmic 
Spacehead and lots more and boy, do we have a lot to 
tell you about them over our record-breaking 42 PAGES 
of reviews. PLUS we've got no less than THREE 
coverdisks (for the same price as two, even) containing 
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pad £34.95 

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Infrared mouse, 300 dpi for Amiga. £49,95 
Opto-mech mouse for PCs with 

pad & holder £18.95 

Opto-mech mouse for Amiga w.pad & 

holder £14.95 

Opto-mech low cost mouse for 

Amiga £8.00 

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PCs £10.00 

3-button trackball for Amiga £29.99 

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External 3.5" floppy drive £50.00 

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clock, Oscillator, 20MHz 68882 FPU £290 

clock, Oscillator, 25MHz 68882 FPU £295 

clock. Oscillator, 33MHz 68882 FPU £299 

clock, no Oscillator, no FPU Processor £369 

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2Mb RAM 80Mb HD £949 

4Mb RAM 120Mb HD £1069 

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4Mb RAM 340Mb HD £1 369 

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1 Mb SIMM (CVP) £29.95 

4Mb SIMM (CVP) £1 49.95 

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Controller + 8SMb HD £249.00 

Controller + 1 20Mb HD £299.00 

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Controller + 240Mb HD £369.00 

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Most recent powerful applications for the Amiga (eg: for 
graphics, music, animation, raytracing, D.T.P.) require 
more main memory than is available or possible to 
integrate. GigaMem is a program which simulates up to 
1 GigaByte memory, which swaps onto any mass 
storage system (i.e. hard disk). Intelligent management 
accomplishes simultaneous use of several programs in a 
multitasking mode. 

S ystem re quirements 

* GigaMem works with all AMIGA <R> computers with 
MMU (Memory Management Unit): i.e. Amiga's with 
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* No restriction on type of HD controller and hard disk. 

* GigaMem is compatible with Kickstart 1.2/1.3 and 
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professional 24 bit paint software with full suppport of the AA 
chipset Amiga line. Using TruePaint, Amiga graphic and 24 
bit graphic can be edited without any toss of quality. \ 
maximum of 16368 x 16368 pixels renders your graphics 
feasible even for slide development systems. 

FEATURES: 

* Up to 16368 x 16368 pixel with oversize function. 

* Various draw and paint functions. 

* Functions for mask, outline, recotor and filling. 

* Airbrush with adjustable spray functions and supples. 

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Want to spend a day at a dinosaur theme park killing all creatures 
great and small? Steve Bradley takes a walk in the Park. 




o you really believe that 
dinosaurs ever existed? 
Huge lumbering crea- 
tures, some meat-eaters, 
others veggie, wandering about the 
earth, spending the odd weekend in 
Filey. Clever people have stuck 
bones together and dropped them 
off at some museum or other in 
London, but how do they know what 



they looked like? It just doesn't wash 
somehow, Still, where would Marc 
Bolan be without Tyrannosaurus Rex? 
Questions of historical accuracy 
aside, Jurassic Park made a huge 
impact on cinema-going folk in the 
summer (particularly on AF produc- 
tion editor Richard Jones' 'significant 
other 1 Maggie, who went into labour 
shortly after seeing it), so it's no sur- 



prise that the game of the movie 
should appear on the back of the 
hype. For the benefit of those (like 
me) who missed the film, Jurassic 
Park is about a dinosaur theme park 
on an island off America. 

A bloke called John has brought 
our large prehistoric pals back to life 
in order that young children might 
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John's grandchildren In the dinosaur paddock (If you 
them) and they stick to you like limpets ever after. 



Wow. look at the size of that little fella. 
His mate seems quite unperturbed at 
your attempts to fell the beast. 

from a bygone age (no Terry, you 
can't take that Brontesaurus home for 
the Easter holidays). 

In order to make the book, film, 
and game reasonably interesting, 
things have gone horribly wrong. 
Jurassic Park's computer programmer 
Dennis hos sabotaged the computer 
security system (apparently, they took 
away his company dinosaur) and 
now the Raptors, Spitters and 
Tyrannosauruses are roaming the 
island killing people, which isn't very 
good for business. 

Douyouthinkesaurus? 

If your ambition is to be a world- 
renowned palaeontologist, then 
you're in luck You take the part of 
Dr Alan and your task is to rid the 
island of the beasts before fleeing. 
And as if this wasn't enough, you've 
also got to rescue John's two grand- 
children along the way. 

Starting in the Tyrannosaurus 
paddock, you must locate the kids 
and shoot your way through a vari- 
ety of other paddocks, each with 
different dinosaurs in. 

The overhead perspective works 
well and graphically, it's a rather 
tasty number although when you're 
charging around the edge of the 
screen the view con be quite limited. 
The paddocks are real mazes so 
much of the early part of the game is 
spent wandering around looking for 




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Beware as you traverse the wooded 
areas. The sneaky prehistoric beasts leap 
out from behind the bushes. 

those darn kids. When you do even- 
tually pick them up, they follow so 
closely on your heels that they 
become something of a hindrance 
when you're trying to do away with 
those feisty dinos. 

The Dr Alan sprite looks great 
but it can be difficult to manoeuvre, 
particularly when a dino is really 
close up and you've got to shoot it a 
bit sharpish. In fact, shooting the 
beasts can be tricky operation 
because you've got to be direclly in 
line with them. 




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(look out for the red footprints) as 
well as extra ammunition. Other 
pick-ups include keycards which 
enable you to get through locked 

doors, and 



Stray even slightly 
and you miss. 

You start with 
an effective laser 
weapon called a 
tazer which 
throws out a bolt 



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of time fust wan- 
dering about the 
park clutching 
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of electricity, and 
then takes a second or so to 
recharge. There are other weapons 
lying around to pick up 



first-aid icons that 
restore your 
energy. The panel 
on the screen pro- 
vides a constant 
reminder of 
weapon and 
energy levels. 
The theme park is one heck of 
size and the gaming area is enor- 
mous. There are wooded areas to 
explore, fast flowing rivers to dinghy- 
down and when you eventually get 
to the visitors' centre, the game 
changes to a 3D point-of-perspective. 
This basically consists of wandering 
through a maze of passages clutch- 



Riders at the gates of doom, you and the 
youngsters arrive at the park. Access the 
terminal and follow the instructions. 




Scattered at various points In the park are electronic motion sensors which, when 
working, can detect all moving objects on the Island. And connected to these are 
computer terminals which you need to access to open gates and receive messages. 



ing a gun and blowing away the 
dinos as and when they appear. 
This, however, is not quite as excit- 
ing as it sounds and you can spend 
an age just trying to get out of there, 
even with the aid of a map. 

Inevitably, in such a huge park, 
there are times when you get com- 
pletely stuck. The customer care 
service provides creche facilities 
and... erm, no that's all wrong. To 
help you find your way there are 
computer terminals with map and 
other options, located throughout the 
game. To access them, you simply 
walk up to one, press the Return key 
and follow the on-screen prompts 
thus enabling further progress. Yes, it 
sounds boring and it is. 



The park side 

Unfortunately, Jurassic Park suffers 
from the great looks, huge game but 
little playability syndrome. So much 
of your time is spent wandering 
around that before long you become 
interminably bored. The levels offer 
little variety and despite the two dis- 
tinct styles within the game 
(overhead and point-of-view perspec- 
tives), the lack of real action leaves 
you somewhat cold. 

Once you've shot the same type 
of animal a hundred times you really 
don'l want to see them again. But 
the compies (small dog-like creatures 
that nip you) just keep on hassling 
you. They're not difficult to kill, just 
intensely annoying. 

Those of you who loved the film 
may glean some satisfaction from 
exploring the park and killing heaps 
of animals from a bygone age but 
I'd much prefer a day out at Alton 
Towers with Beavis and Butthead. 

Ocean are also releasing a non- 
AGA version (available in January at 
£25.99) 

Steve Bradley O 




The strongest point is the visual 
appeal. Both the 3D and over- 
head sections look great. 



The effects ore all perfectly ade- 
quate although they are by no 
means outstanding. 



It will take ages to complete this 
game, but whether you've got 
the will is a different matter. 

PLAYABILITY 



Too much wandering around to 
make this the classic it could 
have been. 



VERDICT 

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adventure game 
that promises so 
much early on, 
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ene the randy restaurateur 
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with playing Yvette, 
Madame Edith and the 
women of the French Resistance off 
against each other, he's gone chas- 
ing after the mysterious Fallen 
Madonna with the Big Boobies. 

'Alio 'Alio is a licensed plarform- 
ing version of the popular BBC TV 
series and features all the characters 
associated with the programme. You 
have to guide the cowardly Rene 




Rene takes a sojourn from his quest for 
the Fallen Madonna and admires the lus- 
cious Yvette's tantalising stocking tops. 

around a series of different locations 
including the cafe and colonel's 
chateau - collecting bonuses, stun- 
ning baddies and trying to swap all 
the real Fallen Madonna paintings 
with fake ones concealed in knock- 
wurst sausages. 

Hugely reminiscent of previous 
Alternative platformers like Sooty 
and Sweep, 'Alio 'Alio makes up for 




ALIO 



The bravest man In all of France stands In front of his cafe and ponders the fate of the 
Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies. 





its lack of sophisti- 
cation with plenty 
of knockabout 
gags, sack loads 
of innuendo and 
some surprisingly 
slick joystick con- 
trols. Rene zips 
around the levels 
like a hyperactive 
whirling dervish, 
collecting bottles 
of wine to boost 




Distract Germans lurking in the cafe by 
getting Madame Edith to sing one of her 
favourite songs. 



his flagging 
courage and coins 
to bribe petty offi- 
cials. However, it's 
a bit much asking 
£25 for this and 
the two-player 
mode on this 
game is the 
biggest joke here. 
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Suitor's vast spaceship. Watch out for those re-appearing baddies. 



ulk Hogan swaps Mr 
Nanny's slapstick apron 
for something a bit more 
macho in this seven-level 
platformer from Alternative. 

You play Shep Ramsey, a mous- 
tachioed large-headed superhero 
who keeps his brains well and truly 
in his drawers while leaping around 
the themed worlds encouraging bad 
guys to show respect and sabotag- 
ing the evil General Suitor's 
mischievous plans. 

Oddly, the whole thing kicks off 
with a lacklustre R-Type style shoot- 
em-up before launching into the 
game proper. There are three diffi- 
culty levels, puzzle elements and 
plenty of bonuses to collect, but the 

It's big dilemma time. Do you want to carry 
on for another four levels of platformlng 
bilge or hop into the car and ciear off home? 



"Hulk, why's your head bigger than your body?" "Cos I turned all 
the fatty brain tissue Into red meat.'' "Quick! Get me a knife." 




baddies just keep coming back to 
sap your strength just when you need 
it the most. 




Suburban Commando offers very 
little in the way of gameplay, graph- 
ics or originality, and proves 
incredibly frustrating to play even on 
the early levels thanks to some iffy 
collision detection and dodgy joy- 
stick controls. After a couple of hours 
play you start deluding yourself that 
WWF European Rampage was a 
good game after all and wish you'd 
spent the extortionate asking price 
on a pair of Lucky Horseshoe boxing 
gloves instead. 

Rob Mead O 




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protect him from the said evil. 

Blow away the baddies 

Using a point-of -view perspec- 
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Cyborgs, acid-chucking labo- 
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which are best used sparingly. 
Along the way, there are a 
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action. There are seven levels 
to tackle including a van 
chase where you battle 
against a T-1000 in a heli- 
copter. The early levels are 
incredibly tough, particularly 
when you combat the Ground 
Hunter Killer with its endless 
supply of missiles. This is a 
faithful conversion of the 
arcade game and the graphics 
and sound effects remain true 
to the original with sampled 

sch and crisp explosions 

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fectly adequate in the 
playability stakes. In two- 
player mode/ it's fast, furious 
and fun. The sheer volume of 
baddies make it virtually | 
impossible for one player to 
take them all out/ but with 
two you can dispose of them 
at will as well as collecting the 
plentiful pick-ups. As the man 
himself once said, "I'll be 
Back". But not until next 
Tuesday. 

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a barrowload of 

violence chucked 
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and power for 
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The owner of a small land, you 
must expand and develop 
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most significant in the world 
of Genesia. In 5 worlds, each 
requiring unique strategies, you 
must manage everything, from 
food and water to employment 
and taxes. 

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your 2 opponents, or form an 
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attempt to recover the seven 
missing jewels? 

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Whatever happened 
to the boy who 
cried wolf? He's 
ing in Linoleum, 
that's what - under the pseudonym 
of Cosmic Spacehead. This young 
lad's told so many lies that none of 
his mates believe him when he 
boasts about finding the legendary 
planet Earth on one of his travels. So 
he sets out on yet another epic jour- 
ney to go back and take some 
photos as proof of the infamous 
planet. After all the camera never 
lies, as dodgy tabloid press photog- 
raphers say. 

The only problem is that 
Cosmic's not the brightest of 
Linoleum's inhabitants, so he needs 





This bit's so dull that even Cosmic can't 
stop himself from yawning. 



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The Arthur Daley of Dodgy City will sell you an extremely dubi- 
ous driving licence for 50 dollars. Do you trust him? 



your help to find his way back to 
that weird planet. There's two 
styles of gameplay to deal with 
here. You start off in a Monkey 
/s/and-style scene, telling Cosmic 
where to go, who to talk to, what 
to pick up and give to people by 
means of a joystick-controlled 
cursor point-ond-click system. 
However, as soon as you 
want to travel to another part of 
the planet, you have to bring 
your platforming skills to the 
fore. That's why you haven't got 
the option of mouse control on 
the adventure sections - you'd 
be forever swapping and chang- 
ing between control methods, 
and as we all know too much wear 
and tear on a joystick port can mean 
a visit from Wang. 

Pity about the platform 

The adventure-style sections of 
Cosmic are well executed, with 
lovely cartoony graphics and a built- 
in sense of humour. In fact with a 




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know; great looks but no soul. 



little higher difficulty level set into the 
puzzles they could make a fair stand 
alone game. But there's no way on 
this Earth, or any other, that the plat- 
form bits could stand on their own. 
This is the sort of stuff we got fed up 
with a few years ago - just jumping 
around the platforms, over baddies 
and collecting all the bonuses. 



The driving competition at the Cape - first prize Is a ticket to 
an off-world car factory, but where do you catch the bus from? 

There are other little inbe- 
tweeny games like asteroids, 
robot attacks and a diddy over- 
head racer which you must win 
to get off the first level, but none 
of them are stunning. 

Every section of the game is 
set at far too low a difficulty 
level, it's as if the programmers 
set out to make a little kid's 
game, which is a mistake in my 
book. Even five-year-olds like to 
think they've got a challenge 
ahead of them. It must have 
seemed like a great idea at first, 
to combine all these different 
forms of gameplay. But that isn't 
a good enough excuse to skim 
on the playability of any of the sec- 
tions. It's a pity to have some smart 
looking and humorous (if a bit easy) 
gameplay overshadowed by a poor- 
quality plarformer, because there 
really are some nice touches here. 
Hopefully this is the starting point for 
a host of better things to come. 

Clur Hodgson £> 



GRAPHICS 



Remember those really bad Tom 
and Jerry cartoons from the 
60s? That's what this is like. 



Atmospheric toon time toons 
that really get on your wick 
after a while. 



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The lemmings perform their traditional tumbling manoeuvre and Heres proof) if , t were needed, that Father Christmases are 
fall to a grisly death outside a Christmas pudding. mass-produced In Lapland. 

hey' re small, they're cute 

and this time they're 

dressed up as miniature 

Father Christmases, com- 
plete with red capes and fur-trimmed 
hats. Brilliant, eh? 

You have to guide up to 99 of 
the little fellas over 32 snow-covered 
levels - complete with fairy lights, 
psychotic snowmen and icy 
precipices - until they reach their 
Christmas pudding-shaped home. It's 
all exceedingly jolly and seasonal 
with a suitably manic Roobarb and 
Custard parpy synthesiser version of 
Jingle Bells to get you in the Yuletide 
spirit, and there are two difficulty lev- 
els to make the gameplay that bit 
more taxing. 

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reverted to the seven different skills 
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resourceful mini-Santas can find a way 
round even the trickiest obstacles. 

you don't get any of the ice-skaters, 
skiers or snowballers featured in 
Lemmings 2. 



The other major downer is the 
number of levels. You only get 32 to 
play with and even then the early 
ones are ridiculously easy. 

But, let's not be too Scroogy 
about this. Even though Holiday 
Lemmings is obviously designed to 
make as much money for as little 
effort as possible, it still manages to 
be funny, frustrating and incredibly 
addictive. And anything which lakes 
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In the opening Tree Village section. 



To get to the pirate ship In Dock Street, you have to get past this 
surly chap. Try using the barrel you found elsewhere in the town. 




aul McCartney wrote a 
song about eggs once. It 
started with the immortal 
lines: "Scrambled eggs/ 
oh my darling, how I love your 
legs," but then he ruined it by stick- 
ing in a string quartet and calling it 
Yesterday. Oh, and he made an 
album called Back to the Egg which 
was complete crap. 

But Codemasters' latest eggy 
adventure is far more inspiring. It 
combines the best of all Dizzy's pre- 
vious platform outings and sticks 
them into one big integrated pack- 
age complete with sub-games, slinky 
scrolling and great-looking graphics. 



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Daisy's been kidnapped by evil 
Wizard Zak and all Dizzy's friends 
have been turned into fiends by a 
magic spell, so you have to zip 
around the levels, righting wrongs, 
collecting goodies and solving puz- 
zles in The Tree Village, Graveyard 
and Diamond Mines among others. 
It's all tremendous fun, especially the 



Indiana Jones-style train section, but 
it can also be frustrating - you've 
only got three lives and Dizzy's leap- 
ing isn't always as agile as you'd 
like. Despite this, Fantastic Dizzy is 
by far the most accomplished version 
of the little egg's adventures and well 
worth further investigation. 

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sneak through on the inside. Unfortunately I had counted on all those pesky bends. 




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Race against a chum In the two-player split screen mode of, the best way to play the 
game. We're back in Brazil here, zooming around at a fair old pace. 



hings get better second lime 
around," sang ABC's 
Martin Fry back in the 
Eighties, although they 
rarely do. Fl (that means Formula 1 , 
as in car racing) is a revamped ver- 
sion of Vroom Multiplay. There are 
1 2 World Championship circuits to 
race where you pit your wits against 
the top drivers in the Championship 
mode. In the Arcade mode, you are 
set a quota of cars to overtake which 
increases as you get more successful. 
Choose from four levels; Novice, 
Amateur, Professional and Expert 
(where the drivers are demons). 

The split screen mode enables 
you to race a friend, and this is the 
best way to play. Control options 
include joystick and mouse and 
although using a mouse is initially 
difficult, once mastered it's an 
extremely effective control method. 
The graphics are bright and the rac- 
ing is quick, and although it's not as 
realistic as FIGP, it's still a very 
playable gome. Enough options to 
keep Murray Walker happy. 

Steve Bradley £> 





mmm, seen this some- 
where before methinks. 
Ah yes, Crazy Cars III 
(AF38 93%), that was it 
and here it returns for another crack 
at the charts, only now with an offi- 
cial Lamborghini licence and a new 
name (but not a new price). 
Italian cars (Lamborghini 
Countach, if my memory of Top 
Trumps serves me correctly) racing 
the freeways of America, gambling, 
and some evil looking characters are 
the fine ingredients in this er, 
crazy race game. 

There are a whole 
host of tracks to race, 
some with the added 
bonus of patrolling cop- 
pers and with variable weather 




This is the main LAC options screen. From here you can buy the usual accessories 
(furry dice, air fresheners etc), select your drivers and tracks and carry out repairs. 




conditions and tough 
opponents to over- 
come, it's a real 
challenge. 

Spare parts are 
available from a handily 
placed shop (it's on screen) though 




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This Icy track Is most definitely not a 
major contribution to road safety. 



It's nip and tuck as prod ed Rich and 
'The Boy' Bradley bum rubber. 



you need money to buy them which 
you get from winning races. Or if 
you prefer, you can bet against your 
opponents and take the pot if you fin- 
ish ahead of them. 

There is a nice feel to this, partic- 
ularly using the CD*" joypad - prod 
ed Rich was soundly slaughtered. 
Oh, I forgot to mention, this version 
has a two-player option (unlike 
Crazy Cars llf\ using a split screen 
mode which adds to the fun. 

Lamborghini American 
Challenge is better than its pal, 
Crazy Cars III but there are many 
good racing games available at half 
the price. At £26 this one is for rac- 
ing game addicts only. 





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PARASOL STARS 

The Hit Squad ■ £9.99 ■ Reviewed AF36, 87% 




inspired by Mary Poppinv Bub and Bob never (all to take an umbrella on their adventure*. 

Paralysed by a parasol, bartered by a brolly and generally undermined by an 
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CHUCK ROCK 

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9/1 




Neanderthal platform frolics are the order of the day In this everyday tale of prehistoric retribution. 

Life was good for Chuck until a bequiffed cove going by the name of Gary 
Gritter nicked his lass Ophelia. Charles must retrieve his sweetheart before the 
Leader of the Gang has her for keeps. With a huge beer-belly and the ability 
to chuck rocks, our hero sets off on five huge levels of perilous, prehistoric, 
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INDIANAPOLIS 500 

Hit Squad ■ £ 1 2 .99 ■ Reviewed AH 7 92% 








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There is a far greater awareness of Indy 500 now that Nigel Mansell races in 
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three years old, Indianapolis 500 is a veteran of the racing genre, yet still one 
of its best examples. The first thing you notice is the sound - positively rip-roar- 
ing. And these machines are tough to control as you fly around clipping the 
walls so be prepared to crash a lot at first. All the 
usual racy options are included but it's sheer 
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8/1 



PINBALL SPECIAL EDITION 

21st Century Entertainment ■ Pinball Dreams ■ £34.99 ■ Reviewed 
AF33 84% ■ Pinball Fantasies ■ Reviewed AF41 90% 







Some claim pinball is a science while others 
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Hit Squad ■ £12.99 ■ Reviewed AF11 92% THE L^)RDS ^}F POWER 







Blast your way across the highest heavens, shooting from the 
hip. Fly me to the moon. I want to play among the stars. 

Destruction, not surprisingly, is the name of the 
game as you take control of a fighter aircraft and 
blast across one of four areas of the world: 
Europe, America, Pacific and the Middle East. 

The two planes on offer are the Gruman F-29 
and the Lockheed F— 22. Unlike some flight sims, 
the emphasis is very much on action here rather 
than on the technical side of flying, so you get 
more chance to 'do the business'. 

Now, some three and a half years old, F-29 
Retaliator is just one of a plethora of similar flight 
sims. But it flies well, the 3D action is fast and the 
spot effects are good. Also, the missions are var- 
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many of the other flight 
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Retaliator is a particu- 
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TORVAK THE 
WARRIOR 

Corkers ■ £9.99 ■ Reviewed AF1 7 69% 




One of most ponderous platform spites of them all, Torvah often 
gets slayed by the woman from number 23 with the net curtains. 

Imagine, if you will, a place where the folk from 
Gladiators are banished to, after the Second 
Coming of Lord Reith. Poor old Wolf (big chap, 
wild hair) finds himself stuck in a dodgy plat- 
form/adventure game with slower reflexes than the 
Queen Mother (and his name has been changed 
to Torvak). 

In this ravaged homeland, you must battle 
monsters, and collect pick-ups before facing the 
evil Necromancer - a general all-round loony. 
There are 15 levels to tackle and five guardians to 
overcome, but once you get the hang of the fight- 
ing moves it's just a 
case of plodding 
through them. Torvak is 
slow ponderous, and 
rather dull. 



5/1 



UBI Soft ■ £34.99 ■ Compilation 




Sub Manner \ Is a term originating from the town of Ipswich, 
and a popular cry In the latter part ol the 1970s. 

SILENT SERVICE 2 

Reviewed AF28 82% 

This may well be familiar territory for some our 
male American readers between the ages of 70 
and 1 00 who happened to be on the sub- 
marines during the Second World War. 

Take command of a US submarine in the 
Pacific in this strategy-on-the-high-seas affair. The 
enemy are the Japanese and you're out to hunt 
down their 45,000 tonners (thems are ships for 
all you landlubbers out there). The crew mem- 
bers kindly compile charts for you which tell you 
the bearings of enemy ships but as they say on 
Blind Date, the decisions are yours. Plenty of 
missions and easily identifiable icons make this 
enjoyable, if rather specialised fare, so don't 
expect to boot it up and blow everything out of 
the water before lunch. 

RAILROAD 
TYCOON 

Reviewed AF22 92% 




Trains provide a timeless source of Inspiration for popular 
songs. Funny how all the engines seem to runaway though. 

Steoming in, but bearing scant resemblance to 
Thomas the Tank Engine II is Railroad Tycoon, 
an everyday tale of ambition and greed, where 
even those from the wrong side of the tracks can 
find their station in life. Actually, this mouse- 
clicking strategy game is an economic minefield 
with cut-throat competition to contend with. The 
aim is simple; make money, build railways 
(repeat to fade). 

There are four different maps on which you 
can ploy: England, Europe and both Eastern 
and Western USA. Success depends on your 
ability to balance your investments, make a 
profit and expand and improve your railroad 
services. For those with time on their hands, it's 
addictive stuff. Recommended. 



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RED BARON 

Reviewed AF32 39% 

The flight simulator of the pack, Red Baron flies 
in on the crest of a wave, albeit very slowly. 
Included in the package is a Realism Panel 
which enables you to make it more er, realistic. 
The options include pilot blackouts, carburettor 
freezes, gun jams and sun-blind spots. 
Inevitably, these occasional mishaps keep you 
on your toes. Mind, if they all happen at once 
you're in serious bother (not that they do). 

Graphically attractive, and with all the usual 
flighty options, you battle the skies in World 
War One dogfights but the whole thing is just 
too slow. There is a local byelaw which says 
that there must be a dog in every compilation 
(rarely broken) and in the case of this one Red 
Baron is most definitely it. 

THE PERFECT 
GENERAL 

Reviewed AF37 82% 




There can surely be no such thing as a perfect general at, even 
a supreme tactician must occasionally get smelly socks. 

Fourteen different scenarios here in this strategic 
war game ranging from minor skirmishes to 
huge sieges. The Perfect General is not the pret- 
tiest of games, nor are the samples impressive, 
but once you get down to the action there is 
quite a hook. Your task is to take control of 
towns while fighting the opposition, and its all 
works best in two-player mode. 

Altogether this is an impressive compilation 
despite Red Baron. You will need to format a 
couple of disks for each game and they all take 
a while to load, but 
The Lords of Power is 
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• 32-bit 68020 Full power 

• On site warranty 

• Two Python joysticks 

• Free Paint package software 

• Mouse mat 



A 1 200 
AI200 
AI200 
A! 200 
A 1 200 
A 1 200 
A 1 200 



Standalone 
with 20 MB 
with 40MB 
with 60MB 
with 80MB 
with 120MB 
with 200MB 



£274 
£354 
£399 
£424 
£439 
£509 
£549 




Amiqa 4000 Packs 



• ACA Chip Set 

• 68030/40 processor 

• Co-pro option 

• 2M8/4MB RAM 

• A4000 030 with 80MB HD & 2MB £899 

• A4000 030 with 80MB HD & 4MB £999 

• A4000 030 with 120MB HD k 4MB £1069 

• A4000 040 with 120MB HD fit 6MB £1999 



A 1200 Dynamite Pack 



• Simply add to pack price 

• CD32 



£45 
£284 



A1200/A600 Hard Drives 



Amiaa 500 Hard Drives 



Monitors 



SVGA /Multisync Monitors 




Easy to install upgrade kits 

Full instructions and cables where necessary 

All drives supplied with formatting 

instructions and software 

Free fitting available - phone for details 

20MB HD Upgrade Kit £85 

40MB HD Upgrade Kit £135 

60MB HD Upgrade Kit £ 1 54 

80MB HD Upgrade Kit £ 1 69 

1 20MB HD Upgrade Kit £ 1 99 

200MB HD Upgrade Kit £329 



A1200/A600 Memory Upgrades 



•AI200PC 1204 4MB * doot <opn> opoon) £ 198 

• ProRam 2MB PCM-OA A600M 1 200 £ 1 1 8 
■ ProRam 4MB PCM-OA A600/A 1 200 £ I 72 

• ProRam IMBA600 £34 

• Al 200 Real Time Clock £ 1 7 




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►rives 




A500 


A1500 


120MB 


£389 


£342 


500MB 


£889 


£842 


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£1089 


£1042 



Internal Hard Drives for A500 

• Easy to install - Full instructions 

• ICD technology 

• Pro Internal 20MB hard drive £1 55 

• Pro Internal 40MB hard drrve £245 

• Pro Internal 80MB hard drrve £295 

• Pro Internal 1 20MB hard drrve £325 

• Pro Internal 200MB hard drrve £405 



Philips 8833 MKII Monitor £ 1 89 



Commodore 1084s 



£174 



When purchasing with 

an Amiga deduct £10 from above 

pricing 



Dust cover for the above 



£5 



• 14"/20"Super high resolution colour display 

• Professional IBM compatibility 

• Complete with cable 

• Full UK warranty 

• Tilt & swivel stand 

• A 1 200 SVGA Monitor |Dnpi<iyj ritgh 
productivity modesl £228 

■ At 200 SVGA + Monrtor (Medum rwcAjOon. 
©splays al modes htq/h and lowj £269 

• A 1 200 SVGA + Monitor \H»gh resolution, 
displays a« modes| £364 

• A 1 200 SVGA plus 20" Monitor (Displays 

a" modes ideal for DTP CAD etc) £1 044 



Workstations 



Peripherals 



Scanners 




• Economically sound 

• Facilitates up to three external floppy 
drives 

• Made in the UK 

• Strong and robust 

• Aesthetically pleasing 

• Keep your desk neat and tidy 

• Supplied complete and assembled with 
free mouse mat 



•A500 Workstation 



A600 Workstation 



Al 200 Workstation 



£36 
£36 



Workstation Coverall dust covers £5 




• 100 Capacity lockable disk box £5.99 

• Squtck mouse £13.99 
•Mouse mat £1.99 

• TDK high quality DSD (10) disks £9.99 

• Computer Mall DSD ( 1 0) disks £6 
•Jet fighter joystick £13.99 

• Apache joystick £6.99 

• Python joystick £9.99 

• Zipstick joystick £14.99 

• Screen Beat speakers £29 

■ Zt-Fy speakers £36 

• AS00/A600/A! 200 Du* covers £4.99 

• AS0O Modulator £36 

• Rendate 8802 FMC Gentotfc £ » 69 

• Supra 2400 Modem £89 

• Supra Fax Plus Modem £ 1 48 

• Supra v 32 BIS Fax Modem £358 




•Allows image processing in a useful and 
unique fashion 

• Comes complete with operation manual 

• One of the fastest growing applications 
for home and professional users 

• High specification coupled with cost 
effective pricing 

• Power Hand Scanner 

• 64 greyscales 100-400 DPI 
•Thru port to printer 

• Fully compatible with Delux Paint 4, etc. 

• Advanced software 

• Power Hand Scanner v3.0 £96 

• Power Hand Scanner Colour £229 



Pro ROM Swapper 




Swap between Kickstart chips 
Fits A500, A500+, A600,A1500 
Auto swapping via keyboard control 
Flexible cable allows the swapper to 
work in conjunction with 
accelerators etc. 
Simple to fit - full instructions 

Pro ROM Swapper £18 

Pro ROM Swapper + 1 .3ROM £37 
Pro ROM Swapper + 2.04ROm£40 
Workbench 2.04 plus manuals£49 



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Est. since 

1984 



N, BEDS, LU4 8EZ TEL (0582) 491949 (6 LINES) " 





Pro Agnus 2MB 



• Provides a full 2MB of Chip Memory for the 
Amiga 500 and A1 500/2000 • Designed and 
built m England • Supplied with 8375 Obese 
Agnus • Includes 2Mb Memory on board in 
the form of low power Zips • Allows the pro- 
cessing of elaborate animation and sound 
sampling • Provides the same max. chipmem- 
ory as the A3000/A600 &500+ • Increases 
addressable memory space from 9MB to 
10MB • Complete with full instructions and 
flying leads • British made 

• Pro Agnus 2MB £139 
(Free fitting available - Phone for details) 




A500 Memory Expansions 



A500 Pro-RAM 0.5 Meg. Upgrade 

• Allows 1 MB software to run 

• Chip memory compatible 

• British made 



• Without clock 

• With clock 

A601 for A600 



£16 
£19 



£36 



A500 Pro-RAM 1,5 Meg Upgrade 

• Grves a full 2Mb of memory £74 

A500+ 1Mb Meg Upgrade £29.95 



High Current Power Supply Cumana 3.5" External Drive 



Printers 



Chips and Spares 




• Allows the addition of peripherals 
without damage to computer or power 
supply 

• Why risk damaging your expensive kit 
when one simple investment will ensure 
total peace of mind now and for the 
future 

• Switch mode design 

• Full crow bar projection 

• British made 

• A600 Power supply unit £44.95 

• A500 Power supply unit £44.95 

• A590 Power supply unit £44.95 

• A1200 Power supply unit £54.95 

• A2000 Power supply unit £99.95 



• High Quality 

• Renowned and proven reliability 

• Top notch specification 

• Anti-click 

• Long moulded cable 

• Slimline design 

• High impact plastic 



• Cumana external drive 


£57 


■ Cumana external drive 




+ 1 00 capacity disk box 


£60 


■ Cumana external drive 




+ 1 00 disk box + 20 blank disks 


£66 


• A500/A500+ 




Internal replacement disk drive 


£46 




• High quality premium range of Amiga 
printers 

• Two year manufacturers warranty. 

• Complete with cable to Amiga 500 

• Citizen registered for Dealer plus service 

•Swift 1200+ £129 

(9 pin, 80 column, I44 CPS draft. 30 NLQ. 4KDB Buffer) 

•Swift 90 Colour £168 

(9 pm. 80 column, 216 CPS drafl, 54 LQ. 4SQB quiet mode) 

•SWlft 200 £186 

(24 p«n, 80 column, 216 CPS draft. 72 10, 43dB quiet mode) 

■ Swift 240 Colour £259 

(24 pin, 80 column. 240 CPS draft, 80 LQ, 43dB quiet moOe) 

•Swift Pro Jet £299 

(80 column, SO nozzle print, 360 CPS draft, 120 L0. HP 
emulatvon 8KB buffer, 3 fonts, veaual lazer quality) 




WTS have sole distribution rights from 
Americas biggest Commodore chip 
distributor 



■ Workbench 2.04 Kit 

(includes manuals, disks & chip) 

i Kickstart2.04 

' Kickstart 1.3 

| Kickstart ROM Swapper 

(Swap between Kickstans) 

1 Fatter Agnus 8372 
i Obese Agnus 8375 
| High Res Denise 
i 1 MB x 9 Simms (3 chip) 
< 1 MB x 4 Zips 

■ 8520 CIA 



£78 

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sales hotline 0582 491949 (6unes).0480 471117(24hr). faxon0582 505900 

Credit Card ordering by phone is easy. Simply phone our sales hotline quoting your credit card number., expiry date, name and address and 
the products you wish to order and we'll do the rest. Alternatively write the above details on your letter when ordering by post. 

When ordering by post in cheque form please write your cheque card guarantee number on the reverse of the cheque and send along with 
your order. Postal Orders are also accepted. 

NO DELIVERY CHARGES TO UK MAINLAND. MINIMUM ORDER AMOUNT £1 5.00. 

Should you wish your order to be sent by courier service please add £5. This method includes Comprehensive insurance. 

WARRANTY: One year return to base (excluding chips). 

ONE YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY: Available on all products (excluding chips) at 10% of purchase price when ordering. 

Where To find Us! 



Head Office 

WTS Electronic Ltd 

Chaul End Lane 

Luton 

0582 491949 



Computer Mall Bedford 

No. 16 Downstairs 

The Harpur Centre 

Bedford 

0234 218228 



Computer Mall St. Neots 

No.6 

Priory Mall Shopping Centre 

St. Neots 

0480 471117 



Computer Mall Hertford 

49 Railway St. 

Hertford 

0992 503606 



Computer Mall Dunstable 

84 High Street North 

Dunstable 

Bedfordshire 

0582 475747 



All pnees quoted or products slocked are subject to stocking levels and availability WTS cannot be held liable or supply reimbursement for force majeure, or items, which are out of stock due to demand or low stock at its suppliers which may result »n 
delayed delivery or non delivery, payment with order, please allow 28 days for delivery WTS reserve the right to arnmend prices, revrse packs, specifications and or substitute product wihtout prior notice at any time without liability upon itseM E & OE 



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Please send cheque/ PO (made out to Premier Mail Order) /Accots/Visa no. A expiry date to: 

Dept AF, 10 Tinkler Side, Basildon, Essex SS14 HE Tel: 0268-271 172 Fax:0268-271173 
Telephone orders: Mon-Fri 9am- 7pm and Sat & Sun 10am-4pm. We are open 364 days a year. 

PAP and VAT is included for all UK orders. Please odd tl PAP for Europe, elsewhere please odd £3.50 per item for Airmail. Next day service available UK only at £4.00 per item. 



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50,000 credits at start. 
50 keys at start. 
Start with ten Hves. 

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FRONTIER: ELITE 2 

Reviewed AF54 FG90% 

Gametek • 0753 553445 ^^^^^ 

Here's a handy cheat to help you 

get hold of the biggest and most ^ m 

powerful ship: 

1. Start on Mars and sell your 
IMW Beam Laser. 

2. Buy an Extra Passenger 

Cabin. Follow our cheat to get powered up In David 

3. Go to the Bulletin Board. Brebens superb Frontier. Elite 2. 

4. Take on a Passenger. 

5. Return to the Shipyard and go to New and Reconditioned Ships. 

6. Buy the Interplanetary Shuttle (press <L> Instead of clicking). 

7. Repeat Steps 1-6 as many times as you like. 

8. Taxi your passenger to wherever they want to go. 

9. Buy the biggest ship and all your upgrades. 

10. Now create havoc and have lots of money tor it. 

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PREMIER MANAGER 2 

Reviewed AFS3 89% 
Gremlin • 0742 753423 | 

Go to the telephone and dial 
000123 to get Bandit Cheat 1 
which Is like a hurt machine. 
Press the Space bar to start and 
Fl. F2. F3 to hold. | 

You can win a team of 
superduds (three skulls), or you 
can lose £1 million (three red 
money signs), or you can win £1 
million (three green money Wlnnln « ** m, " too or fiMt,nfi your stadlurn 

signs). You might get your sta- domo,Wwd ~ " nonfi *" Bmm optto ~ 
dlum demolished (three stadium signs with bulldozers) or you can win a 
super stadium (three stadiums). There are also a lot of other things you can 
win and lose. It costs £1,000 for one shot of the Bandit Cheat. 

Roddy Morrison, Glasgow 

SYNDICATE 

Reviewed AF49FG91% 

Electronic Arts • 0753 549442 

Type these codes Into the Company Name bit on the Configuration screen. 

NUK THEM - Enables you to start In any country you like. 

OWN THEM - All countries are yours. 

MARKS TEAM - Gives you a crack team with an the best guys, lots of 

Cyborgs and everything researched. 

MIKES TEAM - Gives you a normal team. 

WATCH THE CLOCK - Time goes by quickly. Useful for research. 

ROB A BANK - You now have $10 million. 

Jasper Druif , Holland 




Don't spend weeks crying in your cereal. Take a 
butcher's at this month's brilliant selection of top 
gaming tips and cheats. 



BatUeqrotrp M4 Shernan 



Reviewed Af41 79% 
Empire •081 343 7337 
If you And yourself with light tanks 
facing up to much heavier opposi- 
tion on the battlefield simulator, 
use your tanks' speed and ram the 
enemy vehicles. 

Then fully depress your gun 
and open fire. Within a few rounds 
the enemy Is de str oyed, ft helps If 
you attack them from the flank or 
rear as wet. 

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JAMES POND 2: 
ROBOCOD AGA 

Reviewed AF49FG91% 
Millennium • 0223 844894 



THEATRE OF 
DEATH 

Reviewed AF5A 49% 
Psygnosis •051-709 5755 





The halibut hero jets off Into the ether in search of the 
lost penguins and the mysterious Dr Maybe. 

First type in O.S. FRIENDLY on (he lirie 
screen and then press <M> to activate the 
cheat menu. 

Alex Baillie, Saltburn. Cleveland 



If you were foolish enough to buy this game In the first 
place, you need all the help you can get. 

Just enter the following password to get 
straight to the Theatre of Death Lunar mis- 
sions.5640531D482C3 

P Mountain. Doncaster 






EINBALL 
ANTASIES 

Reviewed AMI FG°0% 
2 1 st Century Entertainment 
• 0235 851852 
Here's a useful cheat to 
Increase your score In Pinball 
Fantasies. Go to the table of 
your choice and then choose 
the eight players option. Now 
player two will score two mil- 
lion when they hrt a million, 
player three gets three million 
Instead of a million and so on. 
If yoL're the eighth player you 
get eight million Instead of a 
paltry million. 

Ben Coad, Rochdale 




Ptnbell Fantasies flippers have a break from the action wrtUe the silver 
ball rattles around the table playing ping-pong with Itself. 




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adventure, Conrad has 
reached the alien world 
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(3), go back left and take the lift down. Go down avoiding the gun, kill 
slime creature (4), pick up rock and go left. Throw rock at sensor to 
open door (5). Go left. Activate switch to open floor. 

On bottom platform shoot the door (6), operate switch and dispose 
of slime creature. Collect atom charge and proceed left. Check out the 
journal (7). Go down, open floor (8) and proceed down. Recharge and 
kill slime creature (9). 

Throw teleport receiver into the pit and teleport down. Kill slime 
creature and go down. Save game (10). 

Kill mutant dog and proceed left. Open door and kill slime creature. 
Go right and pick up key (11). Step right into teleporter. Go right and 
up. Take the lift up, go right and place the key (12). 



QWAK 

Reviewed AF53 85% 
Teom 170 0924 291867 

Here are some useful tips For that 
crazy platform caper, Qwak. 

BASICS 

There are eight worlds, and 10 
scenes per world. To complete each 
scene you must collect all the gold 
keys and make your way through the 
open door. 



EGGS AND BADDIES 

Touching a baddie causes the loss of 
one armour or death. Eggs can be 
thrown at baddies and it takes one 
hit to destroy them in World One, 
two hits in World Two, three hits in 
World Three, and four hits in World 
Four upwards. 

Big baddies take six hits in 
World One, eight in World Two, 10 
in World Three and 1 2 hits in World 
Four and above. 



BONUS 

Completing a scene without throw- 
ing any eggs gives a bonus of 
10,000 points x double world 
points, and doubles the egg bonus. 



BONUS 

Collecting the fruits and completing 
o scene gives an egg bonus. Each 
fruit is worth one to six fruit points 
(red equals one, purple equals six). 
In World One you need four fruit 



points for an egg bonus, in World 
Two, you need six fruit points, in 
World Three, eight fruit points and in 
World Four and above you need 1 
fruit points for an egg bonus. 

GEM BONUS 

Collecting all six gems gives a gem 
bonus which starts at 10,000 points 
and doubles each time you get it. 
The gem bonus resets to 10,000 
points when you die. 



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ISHAR 2: MESSENGERS OF DOOM 




STAGE EIGHT: ZACH'S ISLAND 

Go to the town hall at the extreme north-west of the town and use the key to 
get in. Pick up the idol and go to the temple, west of the bank. Give the idol 
to the monk who rewards you with the Air Elemental pendant. Go to the bank 
and take out the rest of the money. Buy arms and food, eat and sleep, but 
keep 7, 1 00 coins. Return to the harbour and set sail for Akeer's Island. 

STAGE NINEz AKEER'S ISLAND 

Follow the left wall, moving north around the fortress. 
In the circular corridor, take the invisible wall to the 
north. Follow the corridors and enter the flooded 
area. In the maze, keep taking the corridors to the 
north until you leave the catacombs. Find three weigh- 
ing scales. Put exactly 3,550 coins on the first two 
scales. Return to catacombs. The water should have 
disappeared. Take the second exit to the south-east. 
At the end, follow the small underground passage. 

In the large room, activate the handle at the 
south-east end. Take the treasure at the north-west 
end. Put on the Air Elemental pendant. Continue to 
the north-east end. Take the first turning to the right. 
Fight the mummies who attack you using fire-cloud 

and lightning spells. At the very end, to the south, pick up a skull. Return to 
the north. Take the access to the east. Stop in front of the wall, take the invisi- 
ble wall to the south. Pick up the treasure and skull. Return to your initial 
position in front of the wall. Cross the invisible walls, still moving east. If 
blocked, toke a side-step to the south then continue east. Enter the prisons. 
You can find more treasures if you pass invisible walls at the end of the maze. 

Follow the corridor to the east, kill the lion guard. At the eastern end, use 
the prison key - the one you took from the monk in the sacrifice chamber - in 
the lock. All the cells doors now open. Turn around. In the first ceil to the right 
you can find treasures behind an invisible wall. In one of the cells is a blind 
girl. You must recruit her, so dismiss either the archer or warrior from your 
team. In the second cell to the south, starting from the west, is a secret pas- 
sage through an invisible wall. 

Follow the corridor and enter a vast room. Beware, this area is cursed: 
some characters will be inverted. To change them back, you have to cast the 
curse-lifting spell. 




Before you can raid the bank on Zach's Island, you have to 
attack and kill this little lot In one go. It's far from easy. 



Go to the middle of the columns and pick up the living sword. From the 
centre make return trips to the north, then south, then west. At the end you find 
either invisible walls with treasures or a secret passage. If it seems like a door 
isn't there, click on the plate in front of the wall to open the passage. Finally, 
take the passage to the south-east (beware of the hooks in the ceiling), pass 
the door, follow the corridor to the south. In front of the grille, release the 
monkey, then open the passageway. Go to the landing-stage and board the 
boat. Now sail round the island and land at the fortress entrance again. 

STAGE TINS AKEER'S ISLAND 

Return to the corridor with handles by walking right, 
then moving east all the way. Battle the skeletons and 
walk past the passageway to the south. Keep going 
east and take the next bend south. Follow this until 
you reach a large room. Leave the room by the 
extreme south-east exit, go south, east and finally turn 
into a corridor with handles to the north. Head north 
into the passage and follow the corridors to the west. 
Beware of the Wizard of Chaos (prepare psychic pro- 
tection). Kill the wizard. Pick up treasures and skull. 

Return to the passage entrance. Take the corri- 
dor to the south-east. Beware of the Dangerous 
Magician. Kill him and check the walls for o secret passage. When you find it 
click on the burton under the eagle heads to open it. Follow the corridor to the 
north. Place the six skulls on the six scales. Continue along the corridor. Kill 
guard. Pick up relic. Return to the landing stage. Head back to Zach's Island. 

STAGE 1 1 : ZACH'S ISLAND 

Buy five evening tunics from the clothes shop in a small road leading to the 
north of the harbour. Put on the tunics and the pendant given to you by the 
Ent. Go into the Blue Velvet nightclub. Pick up one end of the fortress parch- 
ment. For this next part of your quest you need at least 20,000 coins, so 
embark on a kilting spree if you don't have enough. Go north-east of the har- 
bour until you find the cul-de-sac of the four towers. Wait here between 
midnight and 2am until a dodgy-looking character appears. Give him 
20,000 coins and pick up the relic he leaves behind. Buy the ingredients for 
five anti-vertigo potions (Mildong). Eat and sleep. Now head back to the 
north-east landing stage of the mountainous Jon's Island. £p 



BOB'S BAD 
DAY 

Reviewed AF53 79% 
Psygnosis • 05 1 -709 5755 

Here are the codes for the first 50 
levels to Psygnosis's curious, 
fiendishly addictive and even grav- 
ity-defying arcade puzzler, Bob's 
Bad Day. The rest of the level codes 
will be printed in next month's 
Amiga Format. 



LEVEL 


CODE 


1. 


ZAABCZOD 


2. 


ZBFBCYPD 


3. 


ZBFBCYOD 


4. 


ZCKBCXND 


5. 


YBFBCYOD 


6. 


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7. 


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8. 


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9. 


XBFCDYQE 


10. 


XCKCDXPE 


11. 


XCKDDXOE 


12. 


XDPDDWNE 


13. 


WCXKEDXQF 


14. 


WDPDEWPF 


15. 


WDPDEWOF 


16. 


WEAEEVNF 


17. 


VBFEEYQF 


18. 


VCXEEXPF 


19. 


VCKEFXOG 


20. 


VDPEFWNG 


21. 


UCKFFXOG 


22. 


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23. 


UDPFFWOG 


24. 


UEAFFVNG 


25. 


TCKFGXOH 


26. 


TDPGGWPH 


27. 


TDPGGWOH 


28. 


TEAGGVNH 




If you're having trouble getting to grips with the unusual Psygnosis platform puzzler 
Bob's Bad Day, then take our advice and use these useful level codes. 



29. 


SDPGGWQH 


30. 


SEAGGVPH 


31. 


SEAHHVOI 


32. 


SFFHHUNI 



33. 


RBFHHYQI 


34. 


RCKHHPXI 


35. 


RCKHHXOI 


36. 


RDPIHWNI 


37. 


OCKIIXQJ 


38. 


QDPIIWPJ 


39. 


QDPIIWOJ 


40. 


QEAIIVNJ 


41. 


PCKJIXQJ 


42. 


PDPJIWPJ 


43. 


PDPJJWOK 


44. 


PEAJJVNK 


45. 


ODPJJWQK 


46. 


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47. 


OEAKJVOK 


48. 


OFFKJUNK 


49. 


NCKKKXOI 


50. 


NDPKKWPL 


Big Bob Whiteley, 




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West Yorks 




Games, eh? You spend all that dosh on them and then you spend ages getting stuck in the same 
place. It's a good job Rob Mead is here to sort you out. 



GENERAL BLOGGS 
STRIKES AGAIN 




Desort Strike: a game of strategy, daring and 
skill. If your disk works OK. that Is. 

I recently bought Desert Strike and 
have got to the stage on the first mis- 
sion where you have to pick up 
General Bloggs. I've destroyed the 
control centre and a little man runs 
out, but as soon as I pick him up the 
disk loads and says "Disk error. 
Please reboot." What's wrong? 

Graham Hedley, 
Wingham, Kent 

Sounds like your disk is corrupted. 
Take it back to the shop you bought 
it from, or send it to Electronic Arts, 
Customer Services Department, 90 
Heron Drive, Langley, Berks S13 8XP 
with a brief note explaining the prob- 
lem. You should get a replacement. 



PLUG ALL EXITS 

How do you progress from the 
Dream Mile in Harlequin. I've found 
the switch by the plugs in the Temple 
of Hur-Ho-Hi, but I can't find any 
more switches to open the exits. I've 
looked everywhere, so please can 
you help? 

Mr J Willis. 
Bedford 

Fortunately, the solution to your prob- 
lem is an easy one. Now that you've 
activated the switch, all that you 
have to do is to go back the same 
way that you came in. 

SHRINKING SPELL 

Please help me get off the second 
level of Heimdall. I've blown the 
horn and flown to the last island, but 
what do I do now? 

Ian Postlethwaite, 
Dalton-in-Furness 

Walk across the bridge and along 
the wooden walkway until you're 
standing between two upright stones. 
Now cast the Shrinking Spell and 
you get Freyr's spear. You can now 
move on to the next level. 



PETER PAN PROBLEMS 




Are you having trouble finding the three mugs In Hook? Well, you can find two of them 
In the Crossed Swords for a start, and the third one Is In the Bait and Tackle. 

WE'RE HO MUGS 



We've followed the tips In AF40 for Hook, 
but we are still stuck. After collecting the 
anchor, the pole and the rope, we went 
to the Crossed Swords pub where there 
should be two mugs on the tables, with a 
third In the Bait and Tackle. However, 
there's only one mug In each pub, so we 
can't steal the sleeping man's trousers. 

Yvonne Bryant, 
Aberdare, Mid-Glamorgan 

I'm not sure what's gone wrong here, but 
the tips we printed In AF40 were correct. 
The two mugs In the Crossed Swords are 
on the extreme left by the pirate and on 
the right by the entrance. The third mug 
Is easily spotted In the Bart and Tackle. 
Try collecting the Crossed Swords mugs 
after you've been to Mr Chops. It might 
make a difference. 



HOOK LINE STINKER 

I can't get the pirate's uniform In Hook. I 
can collect an anchor, a rope, a roller 
blind and the washing line hook. I've tried 
to hook the pirate's Jacket off the line, 
but Mrs Smeedle keeps noticing me. 

Ross Hawkes, 

Dundee 

Combine the anchor and the rope to 
make a grappling hook. Then go to the 
Bait and Tackle and use the grappling 
hook on the clock tower. Do this three 
times and swing across to the other side 
of Pirate Square. Try the door handle. Mrs 
Smeedle will shout out, then swing back 
before she opens the door. Quickly go 
back to behind Pirate Square and you 
should be able to get the pirate's Jacket 
The timing Is tricky but you should be 
able to get It after a couple of attempts. 



MAYONNAISE 
MALAISE 




If you're having probelms with Fingus. Fungus 
and tho Forge In Goblllns 2, we can help. 

I've reached World Three of 
Gobliins 2, but I'm stuck on the 
Forge. I've squirted mayonnaise at 
Focus using Winkle, but Fingus won't 
jump high enough to take the piece 
of meat when it's lowered. Why? 

Barry Matthias, 
Miiford Haven, Dyfed 

Because you have to get Fingus to 
stand on the stool to take the meat. 
You should also take the anvil before 
moving on to the next screen. 

LEISURE SUIT LARRY 




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After a hard day* leering, there's nothing Larry 
likes more than a spot of Red Hot and Outch. 

I can't find the number for the pass to 
get into the casino showroom in 
Leisure Suit Larry 3. I gave the man 
outside the casino some money and 
he asked For a number. What is it? 

Jason Swales, 
London 

The number is included as part of the 
copy protection in the None Tonight 
Guide section of the manual. 

MAGIC POCKETS 

Could you give me the warp cheat 
for the Cave stage in Magic Pockets? 

Callie Groom, 
Somewhere 

In the first section of the caves, make 
a Transporter Helmet and enter the 
Secret Room. Then make another 
Transporter Helmet, but before you 
enter the second Secret Room, collect 
one silver star - there's a gold star 
inside the second Secret Room and if 
you have a silver star in your posses- 
sion you can make a Transporter 



READERS' WRITES 
YOLK'S ON US 

Apparently we gave the wrong answer to 
the question about Dizzy, Prince of the 
Yolkfolk In AFS2. Rob of Newport. Isle of 
Wight sent In this alternative solution 
If you have the sheet, needle and 
thread, you must have the scissors as 
well. Take all three up the middle mast. 
Use the scissors to cut the ties and drop 
the mainsail. Climb down one level, find 
the hole In the sail and repair It with the 
sheet, needle and thread. Keep the scis- 
sors because you will need them again. 

WIZKID TIPS 

In AF52 Gary Armstrong was having a lit- 
tle trouble getting to grips wtth Wlzkld. 
Here's a tip for him: Go to the shop wtth 
at least £100 and all five of the stars. 
This will give you another £100. 

Michael Carter, 
Georgham, North Devon 




Magic Pockets: a particularly cool game, unless 
you're having Transporter Helmet problems. 

Helmet. Put this Helmet on inside this 
second Secret Room, you're warped 
to the first section of the Jungle. 

BEAMING WILLY 

Please could you help me with a 
problem I've got with Willy Beamish? 
I am stuck in Toothsweet. The guard 
has captured and imprisoned me 
and I can't get out. Can you help? 

Darren Guy. 
Sheffield 

To get past the guard, you must put 
the Gl Jim dogtags and the Nintari 
necklace together. Use them to hyp- 
notise the guard. The correct 
hypnotic phrase can be found in 
Willys Meed notebooklet. & 



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particular game or have a solution to a 
letter printed In the magazine, don't 
keep it to yourself - write It down and 
send It to us. and we'll do our best to 
print It. Send It to: 

HELPING HAND 

Amiga Format, 30 Monmouth 

Street, Bath, Avon BA1 2BW. 




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Armed with his trusty screwdriver and a keen 

sense of adventure, Richard Baguley, shows you 

how to power up your A4000/030 by adding an 

extra hard disk and a Floating Point Unit. 



Bigger, 



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IN THIS MONTH'S thrilling 

installment, we will be showing von how lo 
add an extra hard disk and a Floating 
Point Unit (FPU) toyonr A4000/30. These 
two devices are the most popular add-ons 
for Commodore's big box Atnigas . except 
lor extra memory. 

"Aha!". I hear you cry. "I've already got 
120 or 80Mb of disk space! Why would I 
want any more?" 

The truth of the matter is thai von can 
never have too much disk space. What you 
have may seem like a lot, but once you 
start loading up programs such as Imagine, 
and An Defmrtment Professional, space will 
soon begin to get short. 

ADDING AN FPU TO 
YOUR A4000/030 

If you are adding an FPU running at 25Mhz, 

all you will need is a chip, preferably the 

PLCC (Plastic Leadless Chip Carrier) type, 

although others can be fitted. 

Open the case and remove the hard disk(s). 
Remove the front panel by squeezing the two 
clips in the corners. Unscrew the drive bay 
and pull it out. 



The A4000/030 is 

already a pretty 

mean performer, and 

It's even better with 

these upgrades. 




Graphics are exceedingly greedy for 
disk space, especially if you're working 

with 24-bit Images, which can quite often 
take up more than a megabyte. Once you 
start getting into high resolution 24-bit ani- 
mations, you'll soon understand why 
people like Foundation Imaging need sev- 
en! gigabytes ot space. 

The hard disk interlace built into the 
A4000/030 is an IDE (Intelligent Drive 
Electronics) standard, which can cope with 



up to [WO hard disks. One disk is desig- 
nated as a master drive, and the other is a 
slave to this. Both drives have their own 
controllers, and all of the cabling is already 
included in your A4000/030. 

YOU i an easily fit two S.5-inch drives 
inside the case, but you will need an extra 
cable if you are planning to connect a 
device such as Power's ll)K SyQuest drive 
or a tape streamer, which has to be 
mounted against the front panel 



1 Release the CPU daughterboard by grasp- 
ing it at both ends and pulling. The two 
clips holding it should release, and you 
should be able to pull it out. Be careful to 
only pull up, as any movement from side to 
side may damage the connector. 

2 Insert the chip, making sure to align the 
spot on the chip with the mark on the 
daughterboard. Inserting the chip may take a 
fair amount of force, but be careful not to 
damage the daughterboard. If you are using a 
chip other than the PLCC type, you will need 
to move the jumper to the right of the chip. 



3 If you are adding an FPU with a clock 
speed different to that of your CPU, you'll 
also need to add a crystal of the appropriate 
speed. Solder a socket on to the space on the 
daughterboard and insert the crystal into this 
socket. You will also need to move the 
jumper near the FPU from the SYS setting to 
the ALT one. 

Now, replace the daughterboard in your 
Amiga, and put back the drive bay and the 
hard disks. Put the Amiga's cover back on, 
and power up your machine. Run a test pro- 
gram such as AIBB or Sysinfo, and make sure 
that the FPU is detected. 







ADDING A HARD DRIVE 

Once you've bought your IDE drive, you have to fit it. Here, we show you how... 





1 Remove the two screws on the back and lift 
off the Amiga's cover. Remove the four 
screws which hold the drive in place and lift it 
out. Remove both cables from the drive. 



3 Replace both drives in the cradle, and 
replace this in the machine. Connect the IDE 
cable and power cables to the drive. Reboot 
your Amiga. 





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need to refer to the manual for the new disk 
to configure it as a slave drive. The Seagate 
drive included with the A4000/030 is set to 
expect a slave drive by putting a jumper on the 
third set of pins (counting outwards from the 
50 way connector) as shown in the picture. 

SPEED MACHINES 

In order to show you the sort of speed increase you can expect 
from adding a Floating Point Unit to your system, we've run a 
series of tests to work out the speed of your machine. We car- 
ried out the tests using the programs AIBB and Imagine, from 
the Coverdisk of issue 53. Where relevant the Floating Point 
version of the program was used. 



Price4 



3 

4 When you reboot, don't be surprised if no 
icons appear for the second drive. Run 
HDtooibox. which should pick up the second 
drive as Address 1. Click on the drive, and select 
Change Drive Type. Click on Define New, and 
Read Configuration. This should read the drive 
attributes. Click on OK, and you should see the 
drive in the list of types. On the main screen, 
click on Save Changes To Drive, and Exit. 
Reboot and you should see an Icon for the 
drive. You can now format it 





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£75 



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1 - This figure shows how many times faster floating point 
maths operations are than on an A500. 

2 - This figure is the time taken to render an Imagine scene in 
Scanline mode. 

3 - The time taken to render an Imagine scene in Trace mode, 
which involves many more calculations than Scanline mode. 

4 - Prices quoted are from Power Computing (0234 843388) 



SCSI YOUR IDE 

Many people may prefer to use a SCSI 
hard disk instead of a IDE one, because 
the SCSI disk interface is faster and 
enables you to connect more drives to 
one Amiga. If you want to do this, you 
will need an extra interface card, such 
as the Oktagon 2008 reviewed in this 
issue, although Commodore are 
rumoured to be bringing out a version 
of the A4000 with SCSI built in to the 
motherboard. SCSI drives work in a dif- 
ferent fashion to IDE ones, in that each 
drive has an individual number which 
identifies it. This enables you to put up 
to six drives in any one machine. 



DO THE RIGHT THING 

Please note that although we have tested 
the procedures detailed on these pages, 
you could quite easily damage your 
machine by not following certain precau- 
tions. Always use an anti-static strip, and 
treat all components with extreme care. 



All the cabling you need to install an 
extra bard disk is already in place, so all 
you need to do is to get hold of the hard 
disk mechanism, but check the hard disk is 
compatible before vou buy it. 

Certain types if IDE drive refuse to 
work with other manufacturer's hard 
drives, or in some cases other models of 
drive from the same manufacturer. 
Regrettably, there are no hard and fast 
guidelines to check compatibility. 
although we have tested a variety of mech- 
anisms with no problem. The only hard 
and fa.Ni rule is to ensure that the drive vou 
are buying has been tested on an Amiga. 

Once you've got hold of a drive, check 
the box headed Fitting a Hard Drive for 
details on how to lit it to vour machine. 

Getting a Floating Point Unit (FPU) 
for your machine is a slightly more com- 
plex matter. The first decision to make is 
what speed you require. The faster the 
chip, the faster your machine will run 
(with applications that see it), but faster 
chips are more expensive. 

We've run a series of tests to show vou 
what sort of speed increase you can expect 
from the chip (see the box headed Speed 
Machines). As you can see from these fig- 
ures, adding an FPU will greatly increase 
the speed of your ray-traces, but using an 
FPU thai runs at a dock speed faster than 
thai of your CPU gives only a slight 
increase in speed. 

If you want to run the FPU at a differ- 
ent speed to that of the 68030 CPU 
(25Mh/), you will also need to add a crystal 
for ihe FPU. This will involve soldering on 
to your CPU daughterboard, so it should 
onlv be attempted if you are confident 
about your soldering ability. 

There are three types of FPU chip: 
PGA (Pin Gate Array). PLCC (Plastic 
headless Chip Carrier) and SMT (Surface 
Mount Technology). The most common is 
the PLCC, which looks like the Fat Agnus 
on the A:")(M). Vou can use a PGA type, but 
you will need to add a socket to the CPU 
motherboard, unless you fancy soldering 
the chip directly on to board. 

There's also space for an SMT chip. 
but lilting this is definitely an operation 
for the professional only, because it 

involves soldering directly on to both the 

chip and the motherboard. 

As you can see from the table, adding 
an FPU can radically increase the speed of 
you ray-tracing. However, it's interesting io 
note lhai adding an even faster FPU 
doesn't give the sort of improved perfor- 
mance you would expect from nearly 
doubling the FPU clock speed. This is 
because the FPU is designed to work best 
with a CPU of ihe same speed, so adding a 
faster one only gives a relatively small 
speed increase. 



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cannot be held responsible for any dam- 
age caused to you or your Amiga by the 
procedures on this page. If you are 
unsure, get a qualified computer engi- 
neer to fit the new components. 






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+2814 PROFESSIONAL BINGO 

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.2813 D- SOLVE CROSSWORD 

Nice Crossword Disk with Solver 

+2811 NEMESIS 

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+2803 BEETLE 

Pkixahle Demo of a Good Game 

•2801 GNU CHESS 

WB2 o 3.0 Onlv Chess Game 

♦2800 KLAWS THE KAT 

Hmm.. Funm Wax In Spell Cat! 

X2797 (ABC) KLONDIKE AGA 

Superb AGA Cord Game' 

♦2791 MENTAL IMAGE #2 

AGA Compatible Games Comp 

+2790 MENTAL IMAGE SI 

AGA Compatible Games Comp 

.2780ZRAD 

Ncal Puzzle Game Like Puzznik 

+2770 FATAL MISSION II 

Nice Shoot- Em-Up 

+2765 ESCAPE FROM DOOM 

Good RPG Tvpe Game 

+2753 (ABi MR MEN OLYMPIC 

Excellent Decathlon Clone! 

X2747 (ABI MTRLA I. WADER 

AGA Only Space Invaders) 



AMIGA ANIMATIONS 



♦2829 (AB) CD 32 REVIEW 
Great Staitrefc Meets CD32 Spool 

+2799 (ABCD) HEADING HOME 

Short but vet} nice Ravt raced 

Animation sei in space (3 Meg) 

+2773 ATTA- 

] 5Mb Anim Schwartz Style 

•2nb 3 WAYS STOP SMOKING 

Sick, But Fun! 

♦2754 (ABCD) LAST STAND 

Fantastic 3 Meg Anim. A MUST! 

+2684 CIRCUS ANIM 

Basic Dpaint Anim Like Boal etc 

+2677 (AB) ON THE GREEN 

Golfing Goes Drastically Wrong! 

+2652 WEATHERMAN ANIM 

\i.e Weatherman Spool Anim 

+2630 ALVLN AEROSOL 

Good Cartoon Animation 

♦2621 SUNJETS 

Basic, hut nice Craig Collins Anim 



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+2839 SILICON JOURNAL 
Great Electronic Diary 
+2836 AURAL ILLUSIONS JR 
Sample Manipulator 
+2833 BLACKBOARD 
Excellent Image Processor 

130 MAP STATION 
Create Maps etc for Garner 
.2828 FONT X PRO 
16 Colour Font Design for AMOS 
+2827 HOMLES BROS COMP I 
Degrader. Numpad etc. 
♦2824 AMY PD REVIEWS 
More rex iewj from Cybcrcralt 
♦2823 M) SAMPLER' UTILS 
Gel the most from your Amiga 
without a Sound Sampler 
+2815 REORG 3.1 
Excellent HD Re-oig & Optimise! 
•2789 ASTRO 22 V3.3 
Updated Astrology Program 
-278S AMBUSH 1.03a 
Resizes Windows alter changing 
WB font sizes, 
-2786 RUSH 

Great hard drive mils disk 
-27S5 MAGIC WORKBENCH 
Transform your WB. Superb 
♦27840CTATUTOR 
Tuition forOctamed Users 
+2783AMIBASEPROI1VI.8 

.1 Database Utility 
♦2779 POWER LOGO 1.3 
Another Programming Langu 
.2778 OCTAMED DEMO V5.0 
Demo o| a powerful tracker 

• 2774 MAGNUM CREATOR 
Make your own disk mags 

• 2767 TEXTENGINE V4 I 

A most exceDenl Word Processor 
+2763 PAR.NET SETUP GUIDE 
HOW to gel Pai net Link 
.2755 EASYCALC - 
KS2.0 Spreadsheet. Excellent 
-2748 EDWORD V4.0 DEMO 
Demo of a vers nice Tcyi Ed. 
--'73'' DIGITAL ADDRESSER 
KS2.0 Only Folkes 
- 2737 AZ SPELL V2.01 
od SpeD Checker 

• 2736 ICONS PLUS »3 
Icons |o use will) vour disks 
+2735 ICONS PLUS *2 
More great Icons 

+2734 ICONS PLUS* I 
Even more superb Icons 
t2732AMILOGO 
Programming Language 
.2728 TELETTTLER 2 (LORES) 
.2727 TELET1TLER 2 (HI-RES) 
Video Tttler Software 
-2726TELESCROLL 
For use with video work 
.2725 SPIDERSOFT UTILS 
Includes Landscape Designer 
-2720 GAME TAMER V4. 59 
Latest games cheats and solves 
.2717 MUSIC ENGINE 
Make your oxen modules' 



DEMO DISKS 



.2835 HANDEL - ROB BAXTER 
Music lor the Royal Firework* 
+2834 FOP - SIMPLY BLUE 
Friends of Paula Music Disk 
•2' 32 MUSIC EXAMPLES 2 
Nice moods from various games 
+2831 MUSIC EXAMPLES I 
Nice moods from various games 
+2812 (AB)DR WHO THE 60S 
Information & GFX About the DR 
.2762 EXTENSIONS DEMO 
Another great demo 
-274V SHORT MODULES DISK 
Loads of neal tunes 
-2747 TECHNO MODULES #5 
-2746 TECHNO MODULES #4 
-2745 TECHNO MODULES #3 
-2744 TECHNO MODULES #2 
+2743 TECHNO MODULES » I 
Very nice quality Techno Mods. 
r2718 FA1RLIGHT 242 DEMO 
Stunning Effects! 
♦2683 SANITY" INTERFERENCE 
Nice nexv Demo 

+267S (AB) ENDLESS MELODY 
Hemroids latest music comp 
►2668 (ABl LEX GOUDSMIT II 
The Sequel, basic, but hinnv! 
.2666 Rhythmic Orgy 
Ptenty of music on this disk 
+2601 BOUNDLESS VOID 
A nice submission from Melon 
+2600 (AB) ALCHEMY RAGE 
Shades ol'Odvssev here! 
+2597 TECHNOLOGIC DEATH 
Hard Core Dance Truck Demo 
■ 2560 (AB) DEMON DOWNLOAD 
The latest from ihe Silcnts 
• 2544 TRS1 MISERY 
Excellent Red Sector inc. demo 
-2543 I AB) DESERT DREAMS 
Great Demo irom Ketrens! 



EDUCATIONAL 



2SIJ2 PHOTOGRAPHY 
All about the Dark Room 
• 279o JUNIOR MATHS 
Great Maths Tutor for Kids 
.2795 (AB) READ & LEARN 
The 3 Little Pies with Pictures. Text 

and Narration. 
+2772 (AB) THE ATOM 
The Discovery of ihe Atom 
.2741 HIGHWAY CODE 
Ask questions on the code 
-2724 BACK TO SCHOOL $2 
Compilation of progs \> m 1 
♦2723 BACK TO SCHOOL #1 

Compilation of progs (or kids 
.2533 STIRLING ENGINE 
See bow an Engine Works 
•2523 MATHS ADVENTURE 
Solve puzzles to continue game 
-2451 THE LITTLE TRAVELLER 

Into on places worldwide 
+2479 SINGALONG RHYMES 
Jack and Jill etc 

-2373 WORLD GEOGRAPHY 
Good Educational Source 



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3D Objects to use with Imagine 
♦2820SFXSHRIES« 
-2819 SFX SERIES "4 
.2817 SFX SERIES "3 
2SI6SFX SERIES #2 
.2815 SFX SERIES "I 
SFX lor use in games, mods etc. 
-2821 IMAGINE OBJECTS 
More objects tor Imagine 
.2810(AB)HOLODECK 
Star Trek Artwork I Infinite 
Ftontiei 

-2SD9 IMAGE OBJECTS 
Even more objects! 
+2808 IMAGINE OBJECTS 
Ho Hum.Moie Objects [0 Render 
+2807 IMAGINE OBJECTS 
Scream!! 

+2806 IMAGINE TEXTURES 
Ahh, anicechai 
+2805 IMAGINE TEXTURES 
ure Map your objects 

.2804W1ASCLIPART 
Massive B&W Xmas Clips 
.2781 BABYLON 5 SLIDESHOW 
Pics from the classic ibovi 
'2771 CAPRI SLIDESHOW III 
The 3rd in this popular series! 
+2714 MAGIC FACTORY SLIDES 
High quality space slideshow 
.2695 AKIRA PUIS II 
Some more cult slides 



AGA DEMOS <fi PICS 



X282P PANTA RI1E1 DEMO 
Great AGADcmo 
X2825 (AB) BODYSHOP #4 
OoooenT Missus! Nudge Nudgcl 
X2798 MINDWARP 
Planet Groove 11 Team Hoi 
X2787 BODYSHOP «1 
\l. tie nice AGA girlies! 
Z2776 (ABCD) AKJRA PICS 
i tds of them cute Jap chicks! 
X2761CHROMAGIC AGA 
Another AGA demo dose 
X2759 POINT OF SALE 
European At - \ Demo 
X2672 RETINA EURO 1 DEMO 
Another nice AGA onlv production 
X2653 (AB) FIT CHICKS SLIDES 
More tasty and very sexv pics. 
X25S1 NIGHTBREEDAGA 
Second disk in the series 
X2S80 NIGHT BREED AGA I 
Some Classy AGA pits on here 
X2577 CYNOSTiC AGA SLIDES 
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Th« Retina is surely the ultimate in slim-line design. 

WHEN JOERG SPR AVE of the German com- 
pany MacroSystem first said he was working on a 
24-bit graphic card which would retail at less than 
£400, nobody believed him. His further claims that 
it would enable Workbench to operate in display 
sizes of up to 1200 by 800 pixels, reduced grown 
journalists to hysterical laughter. He did it 

The Retina is a deceptively simple card. It 
appears to be just a display driver chip and a bit of 
RAM. And that's what it is. Most of the work is 
done by the software. 

A program called RetinaEmu intercepts all pro- 
grams as they start up and when a new screen is 
requested, RetinaEmu analyses the request for size 
and colour depth and translates it to the nearest 
available Retina display. If the application being 
run takes its display parameters from Workbench, 
the Retina software can force it to open up in any 
of the Retina screen modes. 

RetinaEmu keeps track of all the applications 
for which it has opened screens. The modes can 
then be altered manually if you wish, which is use- 
ful if your software defaults to an interlaced 
display when it could run in a non-interlace mode. 

The current version of the Retina software also 
supports the monitor type preferences from WB 2 
and 3. This is useful, particularly if you are running 
some strange multiscan effort. There is a test 
sequence so you can easily check if your particular 
monitor is compatible with any given display mode. 



Obviously there is little point in opening a 24- 
bit display if the program doesn't use more than 
four colours. Virtually all the screen sizes can also 
be opened in 16-bit or 12-bit colour. 

The Retina board comes with a picture display 
program, which can show animations as well as still 
frames, but you need more than the standard 1Mb 
of video RAM on the card to animate full screen 24- 
bit displays. The board takes up to 4Mb, which is 
enough to double-buffer screens for smooth anima- 
tion. The Retina is also supported by the Magic 
Lantern animation software, which can play anima- 
tions at around 15 fps without double buffering. 

The annoying things about Retina are the lack 
of a pass-through cable and its inability to display 
split screens. It is impossible to drag a Retina screen 
because the software only holds one image in 
memory at a time. This isn't too restrictive, just a 
bit irritating. The lack of a pass through cable 
means you need two monitors or have to con- 
stantly swap the cable between two sockets. 

Another problem is that there are some non-OS 
legal programs that will not run properly through 
the Retina. The major culprit is DPaint, which uses 
multiple screen overlays for its requesters and tool 
boxes, and does nasty things with the copper and 
blitter to map the colours. 

Retina is a nice, fast and cheap card, but it is 
not as easy to use as it could be. It needs more than 
a software upgrade to keep it ahead of the rest. 



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RETINA 



Retina was the first true low cost Workbench 

graphics extension system. But that was then 

and this is now, is it still the best? 



RETINA 

MANUFACTURER 

Macro Systems 

DISTRIBUTOR 

Amiga Centre Scotland 0896 87583 

1 Mb - £345 



Out now 



Graphics operations are reasonably fast 
thanks to the exceptionally quick video RAM. 



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Installing is simple, in use it is even simpler. 
Programmer resources are also included. 



No pass-through and no screen drag, but it 
does support the widest range of resolutions 
and comes with ADPro support. 

VALUE 

Not a bad price, considering the bundled 
paint package and all the support files. 



VERDICT 



** A workable solution and one 
which has advantages over the 
other cards reviewed In terms of 
software support. 




EGS SPECTRUM 



The new kid on the block in terms of 24-bit graphics cards is the result of many years of 
development at Great valley Products, was the ECS Spectrum worth the wait? 



THE ORIGINAL EGS card was designed 
quite by chance at GVP. The developers worked on 
it when they had nothing else to do and finally pre- 
sented a finished product to show their superiors. 

The result as is often the case when techie 
types go off and do their own thing, was a product 
that was unmarketable. It only worked in conjunc- 
tion with another card which made it too expen- 
sive, and although it did allow Workbench to be dis- 
played at SuperVGA pixel resolutions, there wasn't 
really any available software that could use it prop- 
erly. Effort is rarely wasted at GVP, though. The EGS 
card developed into the EGS Spectrum. 

The Spectrum is very much like the Picasso in 
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although, like the Retina card, it doesn't support 
screen dragging. 

Although the Spectrum is ostensibly a pro- 
grammable display card, in effect the choice of 
screen modes are severely limited by your monitor. 
The 1960 can only display Workbench in a total of 
five different modes - the three VGA and the two 
SVGA ones. 

The software which drives the card is com- 
pletely OS compliant. The EGS card is set up in the 
startup-sequence and its display modes are added 
to those in the display database. 

To run Workbench under EGS all you have to do 
is run the Preferences program. Screen mode, and 

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five disk's worth of software, including a screen 
saver, a function plotter, a Tetris clone and a paint 
package. As paint packages go, EGS-Paint is compe- 
tent, but in no way as good as OpalPaint. Above 
everything else, it is just too slow. This is a fault 
common to all areas of the Spectrum's operation. 
It is not the number of bitplanes used in the dis- 
play, in fact there is little difference in speed 
between two bitplanes and eight. 

This makes using Workbench a bit tiresome. 
Nobody likes to have to wait two or three seconds 
for the screen to update just because they moved a 
window. However, this is partly the price of OS 
legal coding. 

The EGS Spectrum is a very well-made board 
and will probably remain compatible with every 
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Not the son of a famous artist, but a german graphics card. Can the new 24-bit card from 

Village Technologies run away with the honours in these testing reviews? 



THE PICASSO II is the latest of a sic* of 

ncu L'4-hit Ix.ards icn-nih released, mosl <•! whi< li 
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offered bv the card. The Picasso achieves this I>\ 
copying a library to youi Workbench disk 
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type is programs which don't go through the oper- 
ating system, hut open their own screens, Ilu* 
Picasso gets around this in passing the original 
video signal through ilu- card, excepl when you 
dir tunning in a Picasso mode. A lead runs from 
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The German manufactured Picasso card features a through port which can be switched via software. Its features 
make it a valuable toof for users who want seriously good 24-bit images. 



connected to another port on the raid. The card 
automatically switches from the Amiga's video >in- 
n, il to the Picasso one -is you I1i<k between the 
st reens. li sounds weird, hut ii works. It's even pos- 
sible to have .i pru^i.im mii Ii .in Dl'mni running on 
one screen and Workbench running in a Piiassu 
mode on tit*- other, mu\ flick between them easily 
taothei aspect is dial all PkusM> miwiis are 

held in Fasl memon, uu-anin^ that tlu-n* will 1h- 
plent) ' 'i ' lii|> memory free, which can'i bi* bad. 

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can run programs such as lhr?ft<>r\ (>/m\. <u 
Profwtonal Pag; in die higher resolution modes, 
.Hid ever) program we tried worked fine with tins 

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is ccrtainl) welcome, and the Picasso's on-board 
blitter makes screen operations much raster. Also 
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Paint which supports the display library. 



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The slowest of all the cards. And it's a pain. 
ACCESSIBILITY 

Installation is easy, getting Workbench to 
run under EGS is easy, running EGS-Paint is 
easy. Everything else is up to you. 



A useful through port. Software support is 
good, but limited if it only handles the appli- 
cations that support the display databases. 

VALUE • e> *> • 

Expensive, but software support is good. 



VERDICT 



Not bad if you want your display 
card to be OS-legal. The software 
Is smooth and polished, but the 
display itself is rather slow. 



EGS Paint is not the OpalPamt it was cracked up to be. In fact it isn't that much better than DPaint. 




you to view images in their lull 24-bit glory from 
both programs. 

YOU don't have tO have one of these programs 
lo see 21-bit images. In-cause there is a 24-hit 
image viewer which works from Workbench. There 
is even an MPK(i plaver. if anybody out there has 
gut an Ml'l(. rinmlrr they want to use. Personal 
Paitil l.itfis bundled with the card, but for an extra 
£40 Mm (.in have a cop\ of 7V Paint Jr. the excel- 
lent 24-bit paint program. 

Unfortunately, there still seem to be a few 

bugs in the software, whll h lead lo things sin h as 
the mouse pointer and screens becoming eoi- 
rupted. This isn't a real problem, because they all 
still work, but ii is irritating. 

HopelnlK iliese will be deall with quicklv, and 
once this is done, this card is a very serious con- 
tender fol those wauling 10 work in a higher 
resolution oi wanting t" USC 2 1-bit graphics. 








The Picasso comes with support for ADPro. as do«s the 
Retina. Why did GVP leave it off their card? 



AND THE WINNER OF THE TOP CARD AWARD IS... 

Although the Picasso card seems to come out best overall, but what we have here is very much a case of 
horses for courses. The Retina card is very fast and very flexible For displaying animations there is nothing 
In the price range to touch it ft does fall down on general software compatibility and the lade of • through 
connector for the monitor. 

rhr EG5 Spectrum is very dean and interfaces with the operating system perfectly All the EGS applica- 
tions run on their own screen, though, and other applications will only support EGS modes if they use the 
Workbench display database or run on a Workbench screen. 

You can create specific screen modes to suit your monitor and the system will support RTG (refer- 
getable graphics), when Commodore finally get around to Introducing a standard. The Spectrum is probably 
the closest thing to an official Amiga 24-bit card you will get. But It Is slow. 

The Picasso Is a sort of half-way house. Because of Its on board blltter, It is easily as fast as the Retina 
for normal Workbench-style applications, ft also supports the display database and the RTG standard, ft may 
not come supplied with the same wealth of software as the Spectrum, and maybe it doesn't have the GVP 
badge on It but it is a good solution if you just want a fast big display to run a particular application or to 
view 24 bit graphics. 



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Graphics operations are fast thanks to the 
blitter and displaying 24-bit files is very fast. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Simple to install, and the pass through en- 
sures that even games will run with it fitted. 



It fits in with the operating system well, and 
displaying 24-bit images is fast. 

VALUE 

At a price easily comparable with the Retina, 
it's much faster and more flexible. 



VERDICT 

A fast and cheap 24-bit graphic 
card. The Workbench emulation 
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VIDEO DIGITISING MAY be 

used for some slighilv dodgy things in 
terms of copyright, but there is no denying 
its convenience if you want to quicklv grab 
an image for use in a document or video 
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Vidi Amiga digitiser which can grab images 
in 16 million colours in real time. 

In terms of looks. Vidi 24 is the ubiqui- 
tous Rombo case, with four ports on the 
back. One of these is for the power supply. 



THE USER INTERFACE 

The Vidi 24 software is very much the same in 
appearance as Vidi 12, which was reviewed back in 
Issue 50. There are five main screens: the Main 
Menu, Grab Screen, Mix Screen, Edit Screen and The 
Carousel. From the Main Menu you can alter the var- 




This screen was digitised from the startup 
screen of the CD32 via the S Video output. 

mie is an S-Video port and the other two 
are composite inputs. This model can digi- 
tise from either a S-Video or a composite 
signal, and there's no need for an external 
Rtill splitter, because that side of things is 
all sorted out internally. 

You can switch between the three sig- 
nals (one S-Video and two composite ) by 
using the software rather than having to 
flick any switches on the Vidi 24. This also 
means that you don't have to swap leads 
around if you're digitising from several dif- 
ferem ports. 

The Vidi 24 box plugs straight into the 
parallel port of your Amiga, so you can't 
use the Vidi 21 and a printer at the same 
time. However, you can get round this by 
getting a handy compatible switch box 
from Rombo lor L'Ht. '.»"». 

If you plug the Vidi 24 straight into the 
Amiga, the case obscures part of the serial 
port, which can be someihing of a pain. 
Using either the switch box or an easily 
made up ribbon cable gets around this 
minor annoyance. 

At the heart of the digitiser are two 
very fast analogue to digital conveners. 
These sample die image, and hold it in the 
megabyte of memory contained in the 
case. This means that the digitiser can grab 
an image in one frame, and therefore 
there is no need to pause the image. 



ious settings associated with the digitiser, such as 
what resolution screen is used by default, or how 
big the preview screen is. 

The Grab Screen is where you actually grab the 
video image. A black and white preview of the cur- 



rent video signal is shown in the background, and 
this is upgraded every second or so. This gives you 
an impression of what's going on, but it is no 
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Once this has been clone, the digitised 

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the parallel port, which can transfer data 
at up to 200K per second. This means dial 
high resolution images can take several 
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digitised image to appear instantaneously. 
( .rahluny an image i.s just a question "I 
clicking on the Grab button. This causes 
the image to he grabbed and transferred 
over to the Amiga, where it is convened 
into the screen resolution von specified in 
the mix screen. 

The program holds the file as a 24-bil 
one internally, so you can save it out as a 
24-bit file at any point. You can switch 
between the three video inputs (two com- 
posite and one S-\ idea I bj I lit king on a 
button in this screen, and the digitiser will 
automatically detect what type of signal is 
being supplied to il. 

The mix screen is where you deter- 
mine what screen mode the image will be 
rendered to and, as vou'd expect, all of the 
graphics modes (including Super-Hi reso- 
lution) are supported, with up to 262,000 
colours. Grabs done in Super-Hi resolu- 
tion HamS look excellent, but do require a 
lot in terms of both memon and process- 
ing power. 

Once you've grabbed your screen and 
mixed it down to the appropriate resolu- 
tion, you can edit it in (surprise, surprise) 
the F.dit Screen. From here you can apply 





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Damien Noonan 
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empathy with the 
camera which ensures 
his future as a TV 
celebrity. 



The Vidi 24 just 
plugs straight in to 
the parallel port of 
your Amiga 



Here we demonstrate 
the various effects 
which can be used to 
clean up Nick Veitch's 
desk. A grab of it 
that is. Not the actual 
desk itself. 




an\ ol 23 effects, including embossing an 
image, pixelation. quantisation and sharp- 
ening'. II your grab looks a bit ifiy, you can 
use any or several of these effei is to 
improve it, but be warned, many of them 
require a lot of memon. especially with 
high resolution images. You can also cut 
and paste areas of the image, or even from 
one image to another. 

If you want to work with more than 
One image, or create digitised animations, 
you'll need the carousel. This is a screen 
where each of the images is shown as a 
screen thumbnail (a scaled down version 
of the full image), and you can select any 
or all of the images held in memon. From 
here, you can create animations, save indi- 
vidual images or animations and play back 
animated sequences of frames. 

One very interesting area of the soft- 
ware is the lime lapse facility. This can be 
set to digitise images at preset intervals, 
which can be anywhere between half a sec- 
ond and six hours. It could be very good 
for producing animations of (lowers grow- 
ing, clouds moving or people snoring, but 
it can only work in 236 shades of grey, 
whit h is a pity. 

This can also be set to grab whenever 
the joystick button is pressed, so you could 
set up a remote switch to trigger it il vou 
like. This could easily form part of some 
security system, causing a grab to be done 
even time a door is opened or something 
inventive like thai. 

The quality of the grabs i.s very good, 
and the faci that you can grab images in 
real time means that you don't need an 
expensive video with a digital freeze frame. 
The direct support for S-Y'ideo signals 
(such as those produced bv S-VHS cam- 
corders and video recorders) also 
improves the image quality. 

Because S-Yideo signals cam separate 
(hence the S) chromanence and lumi- 
nance signals, they don't suffer from the 
problems of colour saturation and bleed- 
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ACCESSIBILITY 

Easy to set up, with a good variety of 
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A good selection of useful image pro- 
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VALUE > 

Vidi 24 will produce very high-quality 
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VERDICT 



•* Vidi 24 produces very 
high-quality grabs, but 
there is a penalty to be 
paid in that it takes 
quite a long time to 
convert them. If you 
want the extra muscle 
of 24-bit colour, then 
Vidi 24 is for you. It's 
easy to set up and has 
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Digital video effects without a NewTek Toaster? John Allardice 
slips into the director's chair as the number one effects 

package puts on another performance... 



A dor age 



PICTURE THE SCENE ...side 

it is a cold winiery night You're ensconced 
in your second favourite position, in front 
of the video (your favourite, of course, is in 
front of your Amiga), and you've invited 
some mates around for an evening's enter- 
tainment and the consumption of distilled 
vegetable products. Some of these friend-.. 
sadlv. arc console owners. 

The final credits for tiabytoii *> roll off 
the screen in front of you. The question is 
asked: "What shall we do now?" You sug- 
gest breaking out your particular hunk of 
silicon for a few games. Groans all round 
from the Segtendo jockeys present. "Aw. 
not that thing," they say and are about to 
launch into the familiar old diatribe ol 
knocking anything with a keyboard when 
you, with perfect liming, drop the fact that 
"that thing" was responsible for all the 
amazing effects they've just seen. Fun, eh? 

With the Amiga now pretty much the 
primary FX tool of budding moviemakers 
all over the globe, we are now in the envi- 
able position of watching our beloved 
hunk of hardware being increasingly used 
by professionals for Him and TV on both 
sides of the pond. And guess what - we 
knew how good it was before they did. 

But, I hear you cry, 1 don't have a cou- 
ple of grand or any redundant organs I 
can sell. So, how can 1 get all those funky 
video effects and title sequences vou see 
nowadays without breaking the bank, the 
bank manager or your internal cohesion? 
Fear not my friends, the answer is winging 
its way to your dealers as we speak. 

Adorage 2 is the new AGA-friendly ver- 
sion of ProDAD's video effects software, 
the first version of which, if you remember, 
was demoed on .-\/*4S's Coverdisk. "Video 
effects software* is a bit of a grand tide. So 
what exactly do you get for your monev? 

What you get is a selection of wipes, 
rolls, tumbles, blinds, pixelisations and 
explosions that, if we were working with 
live video, wouldn't look out of place on a 
three and a half grand vision mixer. 
Basically, Arioragr 2 handles transitions 
from one IFF picture to another in 700 dif- 
ferent ways, give or take... 

Its relatively foolproof point-and-elitk 
interface now gives you a small graphic 
representation of die transitions on oiler. 
You start by selecting whether vou want a 
background image or not (if not Adorage 
slips your new picture over a black back- 
ground) then select the direction of the 






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the palettes before- 
hand or choose a 
background where it 
doesn't really matter 
if all the colours are 
swapped around. 



elicit (either revealing or obscuring your 
original image or background), then click 

on your chosen transition. A sub-menu 

then appear enabling vou to pick the level 
ol quality of the transition (from coarse to 
ultra), and on some, its direction as well 
(diagonal, vertical, and so on.) 

< hue these parameters are specified 
vou are then asked lo pick the images \mi 
wish to use. There is a hand) Image Repeat 
option here lor both the foreground and 
background images, in cave you weren't 
happy with the last transition and want to 
do it all again. 

Aliei selet ting the images you can repo- 
sition them before ihe transition takes 
place. This is just a matter of left-clicking on 
the chosen image and dragging it around 
the screen until it looks right. Bolh images 
are present during this operation, so vou 
c.\n get accurate placement if desired. 

After completing your setup vou 

reach, alas, the lirsl of onl\ two faults with 

the system. You are now required to chose 

which palette lo use - foreground or back- 
ground. Unless your images are similar in 
colour content vou are going to get some 
Strange result with one image locked to the 

other's palette. However, die resultant 



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shift in ihe unlocked picture sometimes 
gives you a more interesting effect than 
you had originally planned. The only way 
around this problem is to load the images 
into DPaint (or other suitable software ) 
and use the palette remapping option. 
This can result in the pictures not looking 
exactly the same as when you started out, 
but who said it was going to be easy? 

The final stage is to test or record your 
transition. You have the choice of a test 
pass on the wipe or recording it either 



Adorage 2 has plenty 
of tricks up its sleeve, 
including rolls, tum- 
bles, dissolves, 
pixelisations, page 
peels and a few other 
things it is difficult to 
put a name to. 





The main control screen is what you will see most of the time when 
you're not processing. All the effects are used just by clicking on gadgets. 



using PmDAD's own SNA (Super Smooth 

Animation) format or as an IFF sequence. 
SSA only works with interlaced pictures <»t 
the same resolution, bin since you are 
prnbabb alter the best result, vou should 
be using laced images anyway. 

Now just sit back and watch the magic 
happen, as your new images comes spin- 
ning, tumbling or exploding on to the 
screen. This process can lake anything 
from a couple of seconds to around 10 
minutes, depending on the elft-ci and ihe 
cjualilv selection \<>u made earlier. 

Once your transistion Es recorded 
vou can plav it back an) number ol times 
through the in-built SSA controller or 
through the standalone AdoPloy animation 
viewer. If vou have saved vour transistion as 
a series of IFFs you could always load them 
into DPturil and create a more conven- 
tional Anim file. Although SSA is good, it 
isn't high on compatibility. 

The sequence option in Adorage 
enables vou to build up a series of transi- 
tions, one alter the other. Ibis is pertei t 
for slideshows or title sequences for vour 
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descriptions of all the transitions and 
effects available. 

ACCESSIBILITY - 

The manual remains pretty well 
untouched, the main screen is fairly 
obvious and requesters take you 
through the rest of the operations. 



A rather excellent collection of tran- 
sitions. It's a shame some sort of 
palette remapping wasn't included. 

VALUE 

Considering its nearest rivals, this is 
a bit of a bargain. 



VERDICT 



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out in Deluxe Paint for 
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One of the most eagerly- 
awaited peripherals for the 
Amiga is finally here. Richard 
Baguley looks at Software 
Demon's PCMCIA hard drive. 



UNDENIABLY »..«• that 

adding a hard disk to your Amiga will 
make life easier, and that once you've goi 
one you'll never want to return to floppies. 
The Software Demon Overdrive is the 
first hard disk to fit into the PCMCIA slot 
of the A1200 or A600, and although this 
method of adding a hard disk has long 
been rumoured, it has only now become 
reality. The Overdrive PCMCIA Drive is 
contained in a fairly plain vanilla case, 
which blends in well wilh the Amiga. 




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As you can see from 

this grab of Sysinfo, 

the Overdrive is 

extremely fast and 

works with AmigaDos 

with no problems. 



There are even ventilation slots on die top, 
which line up with the Amiga's, but case is 
too thin, and could be damaged, especially 
around lite ventilation slots. 

A single LED on the front shows when 
the disk is being accessed, and the power 
supply (a standard 12 volt model) plugs 
into a socket at the rear. The power supply 
of the review model had Maplins written 
on it and several different connectors on 
the end. This isn't a problem, but it looks 
untidy when connected to the drive. 

Internally, everything is surprisingly 
sparse because all the interface electronics 
are on a PCM1CA card. The drive is basi- 
cally a case built around a PCMCIA card. 
so most of the space is taken by the drive 
itself, which was a 170Mb Western Digital 
mechanism in the review model. 

SPEED TEST 

We tested the relative speeds of an Overdrive fitted with a 
170Mb 3.5-inch Western Digital drive, and an 80Mb Western 
Digital 2.5-inch drive fitted to an A1200 internal IDE interface. 





A1200 


Overdrive 


Sysinfo Disk Spc*d1 


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1 - This is the data transfer speed of the drive, in bytes per sec- 
ond. This shows how quickly you can read data off the drive. 

2 - This is a figure produced by Richard Waspe's SeekSpeed pro- 
gram, which moves over a given percentage of the width of 
the disk (in this case, 90%), reads one sector and moves on. 

3 - As above, but the program reads in eight sectors, giving a 
better idea of the real speed. These two figures give you an 
idea of how quickly the drive can find files or programs. 



The Overdrive PCMCIA drive just plugs in to the 
PCMCIA slot on the A1200 and A600. and fits in 
neatly with the Amiga's shape and colour. 






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you do is plug it in to the PCMCIA slot. 
plug in die power supply and you're oiT. 
Workbench is already installed on die disk. 
so no fiddling is necessary. If you want to 
change ihe setup and repartition the drive, 
a version of the Commodore HDToolbox is 
included, but I'd rather use the much 
friendlier Public Domain program RDPrep. 

You can boot from the Overdrive or 
from your internal hard drive if you've got 
one fitted. As you can see from the Speed 
Test table. Overdrive is significandy faster 
(often by two or three times) than the 
internal drive of an A1200 or A600. It's 
also faster than many SCSI controllers. 

Unfortunately there is one problem. 
You should be able to remove the disk at 
any lime and re-insert it, as with all PCM- 
CIA peripherals, but when you do this the 
drive is flagged as unreadable. This is 
something to do with timing problems on 
the PCMICA slot, and the manufacturers 
are correcting it. It's not a real problem, 
and vou aren't likely to take the drive out 
often, because there are onlv a few PCM- 
CIA peripherals available for the Amiga. 

Overall, this is an impressive drive, but 
it's let down bv the flimsy case. The makers 
intend to improve this and when they do. 
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faster than the internal IDE interface 



The only problem with the Overdrive 
is the build quality. It is too flimsy, 
but this is being corrected. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Plug in and go. The default configu- 
ration should be adequate for most 
users, and can be easily altered. 



Goes very fast. The insert ion/re-inser- 
tlon bug is a pain, but are you likely 
to want to remove it? 



It's slightly more expensive than 
adding an internal 2.5 inch drive, but 
it's much faster. 



VERDICT 



** This is an extremely 
fast hard drive and it 
fits in well with the 
A1200 and the AGOO. 
It's good to see the 
first hard drive that 
takes advantage of 
these Amiga's PCMCIA 
slots, but it's a real 
shame that the 
Overdrive's case is far 
too flimsy. " 




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When is a word processor 

more than a word processor? 

When it's Final writer. 

Marcus Dyson puts the latest 

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through its paces... 

THERE IS AN increasing tendency 
for Amiga word processing programs to 
adopt the layout abilities of desktop pub- 
lishing applications. These programs 
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and document processor, but have now 
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Final Writer is SoftWood's latest foray 
into ihis hybrid territory, and a very famil- 
iar one it is for them. They already 
produce I'm Pal and Final Cofry. both of 
which are word processors with graphics. 
Final Writer aims to expand this range 
rather than replacing Final Copy 2. But it 
looks and feels like Final Cofiy I ^^ 

The package is large, full installation 
takes nearh 20 minutes, even with prompt 
disk swaps, and fills over 10Mb of hard disk 
space. This is a hard disk only program. 
even il von opt for the more modest 
restricted installation, which still requires 

3.5Mb of disk space.k ^^^^^^^Z 

Included with the package are 120 
fonts which are described as outline on the 
box. but closer investigation reveals them 
to be of the NimbusQ format. These are 
reputed to be faster than Compugraphit 
or PostScript fonts, and they certainly 
seem to be. But they are not used by many 
oilier packages, and are not found in the 
Public Domain, so enlarging the /■W library 
won't be cheap. FV9 can also use Agfa 
Compugraphic and PostScript type I fonts. 




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Any object can be given a specific text run around, or left with none at 
all. Final Writer works fine with PostScript fonts, this one is Bauhaus 
which is one of the many goodies on this month's Subscribers' Disk. 



The interface is attractive and features 
user-editable buttons for easy access of 
often-used features. This includes most of 
the formatting and file controls von need. 
and hand\ time and date stamp facilities. 

Final Writer is a joy to use, document 
formatting is logical and flexible, changing 
font sizes, styles and colours is speedy, 
graphics load quick!) , and there are plenty 
of quality clip art samples. The program 
chooses to support non-platform standard 
file formats, and rfoDraie (lip picture files 
are not supported, although much Amiga 
clip art is in this format. Instead KPS-struc- 
tured and IFF bitmaps are used. 

Final Writer has manv handv features 
for making the structuring of documents 
easier. Table Of Contents, Table <)l 
Illustrations. Endnotes and Bibliographies 
can all be constructed as the document is 
created. The British-English spelling 
checker and thesaurus are speedy, 
although the spelling checker did not 
recognise the words pixel or SoftWood! 

Unfortunately the Find (unction 
doesn't include a Replace option, but text 
can be edited with the Find window open, 
so double clicking on a word and using 
paste is a tolerable solution. But the fea- 
ture only searches from the cursor position 
to the end of the document. 

Text formatting is comprehensive, and 
extra layout effects can be obtained bv 
using Text Objects. These boxes contain 
text, entered via a requester box. but can 
be positioned anywhere on a document. 
The Text Objects can then be rotated or 
moved backwards and forwards bv the 
commands placed on the Graphics menu. 

Don't make a mistake, though. For all 
Final Writer's fine features, it lacks one fun- 
damental function - it has no undo facility. 
Final Writer is excellent. It's very power- 
ful, fast, intuitive and flexible. But without 
an undo we can't give it the score it could 
so easily deserve. Hey, if you never make 
mistakes, you should check this out! 



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Very fast indeed. Every function is as 
fast as any equivalent program, some 
much faster. 



Extremely well put together. It's 
comprehensive and everything is 
easy to understand. 



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Lots of features mean that it isn't as 
easy to get started with as some pro- 
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Lots of good and useful functions are 
rendered almost irrelevant by the 
omission of an undo facility. 

VALUE 

An excellent package marred (see 
above), but with lots of excellent 
fonts, and some good clip art too. 



VERDICT 



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But I would never use a 
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Power have kindly given us a beautiful 
Epson GT6500 colour scanner to give away, 
but It's ever so expensive, so we're going 
to make you work for It. This is a throe- 
part cempo: three more questions next 
month, plus full entry rules. 

The Questions 

Iln scanning parlance, what Is a 
dropout colour? 

a) A colour that you tell the scanner 
not to recognise. 

b) The only colour you tell the scanner 
to recognise. 

c) A colour which you tell th« 
only to recognise in a certaii 

*m If a 24-bit image is 640 by 51 2 

J^m pixels large, what it the maximum 
number of colours It can contain? 

a} 256,000. 

b) 327,680. 

c) 16. 7 million. 

^fe What is a Moire Pattern? 

a) An interference pattern that 
appears when more than two regular 
patterns are overlapped 

b) A technique for emulating more than 
256 colours on a computer display. 

c) A reference chart used for colour 
correction purposes. 

A reminder 

Remember, save those answers carefully and look 
out for Part Three next month! 



Richard Baguley ponders the intricacies of 

thermal transfer and dye sublimation as he 

puts the new Primera printer from Fargo 

through its paces... 



COLOUR PRINTING HAS 

always been an expensive business, bm 
recently it's begun to get a lot cheaper, 
thanks to ihe release of printers such as 
the SJ-144 and the Canon BJC-600. The 
most recent addition to this select brother- 
hood is the Primera. from American 
printer manufacturers Fargo. 

The Primera is a fairlv standard cream 
case about six inches high by a foot deep. 
There are onlv two buttons and two lights 
on die machine (for power and on line), 
with the rest of the options being set by a 
number of DIP switches on the back and 
through the printer driver. 

The paper is led in from a cut sheet 
feeder on the front of the printer, which 
can hold up to 50 sheets of paper. The 

best results are obtained by using special 
smooth paper, which costs about £18 for 
200 sheets. Ordinary paper can be used, 
but the print quality suffers if there are any 
bumps on it. 

The ribbon is different from anv other 
type of printer ribbon I've seen. It is a car- 
tridge containing a large number of A4 
sheets of wax-coated film holding the ink. 
which is transferred on to the paper by 
heating the print head. Each page of print 
is created by priming the three primary 
print colours (Cyan. Magenta and Yellow) 
in turn. 

Each of the sheets on the roll can onlv 
be used once, so you can give a precise fig- 
ure for the price of each page of printing. 
Each wax ribbon costs £38.95. and will 
print 1 15 pages, so each page will cost von 
around 34 pence. 



If you use the photorealistic kit, a 100 
sheet ribbon will cost £250, giving a price 
of £2.50 per page. You can get ribbons 
which also contain a black sheet, but these 
can only print 85 pages, upping the cost 
even more. However. I found the blacks 
from the three colour ribbon to be 
extremely good, so there's no real need to 
pay for the black sheet.. 

The print head is rather unusual as 
well, because it spans the entire width of 
the paper, so there's no need for it to 

PHOTOREALISM? 

For an extra £250 you can buy a different type of ribbon which 
gives you greatly improved printouts. This uses a process 
called dye sublimation, where different colours of dye are 
blended together to give the colours used in the image. 

This gives much smoother colours without the need for 
dithering, where a series of coloured dots are used to simulate 
another colour. It's much more expensive to print this way 
(around £2.50 per page), but you would probably only use this 
for final printouts, with the draft prints being produced by the 
normal wax method. 



The Fargo Primera: 

possibly the best 

printer ever to cross 

the threshold of the 

AF office. 




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move when printing. Printing is not partic- 
ularly last, taking around 2 minutes :*() 
seconds for a full page in the normal modi 
and around eight minutes in the photore- 
alism mode. 

Because of the way the pages are 
printed, the driver needs to build the 
image of the page in memory, which 
requires several megabytes. Fortunately, 
the driver can spool this to a hard disk, 
thus cutting down on the amount of mem- 
ory needed to around 128K, but at the cost 
or several megabytes of disk space. 

Printing using the Primera is a pretty 
Intensive processing operation, especially 
in photorealistic mode, so it is not really 
practical to try to multitask with other pro- 
grams or utilities while the printer is 
processing. Also included with the Primera 
is an Amiga driver, which can be installed 




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manually Or Via the included software. This 
means that any program which uses the 
Workbench preferences will print happily 
to this printer, although given the running 
costs, there's relatively little point in just 
printing out text using the Primera. 

The driver has various density settings, 
but these don't affect the actual dots per 
inch setting of the printer, which is fixed at 
204dpi. The density settings determine 

what type of ribbon you are using. 

The quality of output is absolutely 
Stunning. 204dpi is a slighih better resolu- 
tion than most dot matrix printers (which 
are usually about 1 80dpi) but not quite as 
good its a laser printer (which is 300dpi). 
However, the subtle blending of the 
colours more than makes up for this. The 
colours are bright, the blacks are solid and 





FARGO PRIM ERA 
COLOUR PRINTER 



The Primera Fargo produces this sort of incredibly detailed printout that 
no other printer in this price range can come close to matching. 

I * The output in both photorealistic and normal mode 

I is absolutely stunning, with very strong colours which 
are subtly blended. No other printer in this price 
range can match the Primera. m 



there is no (race of banding or colour 
changes across the prim. The colours are 
very close to true, and the printer does a 
good job of dithering the colours when 
working with a normal wax ribbon. 

The output in the photorealistic mode 
is also quite exceptional, with extremely 
strong colours which are subtly blended. 
The output from the Primera is easily bet- 
ter than that on any colour bubblejet 
currently available. 

If you want the best quality output you 
can get without having to spend several 
thousand pounds or sending your files to a 
bureau, the Primera is exactly what you've 
been waiting for. O 



Botticelli's Venus 

Rising has never 

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Primera could have 

been made for 

Renaissance Italian 

artists. 




Not fast by any means, but it com- 
pares well with the Canon BJC-600 or 
the Star SJ-144 

MANUAL * 

Not bad at all but heavily biased 
towards the PC and Windows user, 
which is a pity. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Software is included to install the 
driver easily, so there are no techni- 
cal fiddly bits to confuse you. 



It's not a printer you are likely to 
ever use for printing text, unless you 
are extremely rich. 

VALUE 

Not cheap to buy or run, but if you 
need quality printouts, this is the 
best colour printer I have seen. 



VERDICT 



** The quality of the 
Primera's printouts is 
absolutely stunning, 
the colours are bright, 
the blacks are solid and 
there's not a hint of 
banding. It's not cheap 
to run but if you want 
the best print quality, 
this is it and it's worth 
paying for. ** 




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A4000. Because of the 4000's messy- 
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faces run much slower- For example, 
this card is capable of 2Mb/sec trans- 
fer on an A2000, but can barely 
manage 800K/sec on an A4O00/030. 

The Oktagon also houses extra 
Fast RAM in the form of a line of ZIP 
sockets. ZIPs are no longer the 
cheapest way to add extra RAM, but 
ii is possible to get very fast ZIPs. The 
board can lake up to 8Mb. 



The card can be selected to use 
standard Amiga Autoconfig and 
Autoboot routines at startup via the 
jumpers. Normally this is turned on, 
bui it is useful to be able to turn it off 
should it develop faults. It also sup- 
ports automatic diskchauge com- 
mands - handy when using remov- 
able media such as SyQuest disks. 

At £129, it is £30 more than a 
GVP Impact I IC8. which would run at 
about the same speed on a 4000. £> 



is your serial port 
killing you? Richard 

Baguiey finds out what 
BSC's latest Multiple 

serial port card is up to. 

ON SOME OCCASIONS, 

only one serial and parallel port isn't 
enough, as anyone who wants to use 
two modems or ParNet and a printer 
will tell you. And the swapping of 
leads to use the various different 
peripherals is a complete pain. 





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But this needn't be the case if 
you've got a big box Amiga. The 
MultiFaee Card 3 is an upgraded card 
from BSC which adds two serial ports 
and a parallel port. It's a two-thirds 
length Zorro II card, which has two 
connectors on the end plate. The 25- 
pin socket is the parallel port and the 
9-pin socket is the first serial port. The 
second serial port is a 25-way socket 
located on another end plate, with a 
cable which connects to die card. 

Also included is a disk which 
contains the software, which 



is 



Workbench 2 or above only. This 
contains a variety of programs, and 
includes an installation program. 
The software sets up the device 
drivers (so programs such as NComm 
can talk to the card) and a couple of 
assigns you can copy files straight to 
the serial port through the Shell. 

There's also a version of ParNet, 
adapted for die parallel port, so you 
can have ParNet and a printer run- 
ning simultaneously. The serial ports 
can run at up to 1 15,000 bps, and die 
parallel port is fully bidirectional. 



In use, the card performs 
extremely well. I was able to have two 
modems downloading at 19,200 bps 
and read a CD-ROM across the 
ParNet link at the same time, 
although things did get a little jerky. 
But this was on an unaecelerated 
A2000 and operations on a faster 
machine are very smooth. The card 
also seemed to have a problem work- 
ing with a GVP SCSI card I had 
installed in this machine, but BSC 
are producing a new version of one 
of the chips to deal with this. 



£129 



VERDICT 

•* If you need more serial 
and parallel ports, this 
card provides them with 
the minimum of fuss. ** 



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-m* There was a time 
when AMOS was the only serious option for programmers that couldn't quite 
handle the throught of having to wade through more complicated languages 
like C and assembler to produce the same sort of results, but times are 
indeed changing Now that Blitz Basic 2 is out on the market (thanks to our 

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packages like Microsoft Word? We ask top Mac and PC 

developers about their plans for our machine. We also look at 

two new Amiga word processors which may well beat Word 

at its own game. All this and more in the February issue of 

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Learning can be fun with the Amiga's range of 

educational software. Julie Tolley checks out 

the latest offering for the youngsters... 

THE AIM OF (his package 

for three to seven-year-olds is to 
teach English, Maths and Technology £ 
skills via gameplay. Noddy's Big 
Adventures/taxis on the road. You are 
in control of his car, and using a 
joystick or arrow keys, yon tootle 
along and pick up people wh»> wave 
and need a lift, drop them off, or park 
in your very own taxi ranks to start plaving 
one of the seven games on offer. 

The driving part of this package a* i> as 
a link to the four scenes and iheir games. 
In Noddy's House you can plav Kitchen Am 
or Noddy's Scabs; in The Dark Wood. Tricky 
trees and Can You Tind Me; in Monkey 
Town, Bert's Scraftbook. and At The Beach. 
Beach Sorter and i. 

In Noddy's House, if you click on the 
scales, vou can play die maths-based 
Noddy's Scales or you can go into the 
kitchen and by clicking on the cooker, 
have the option to plav Kitchen Fun where 
vou have to decide which cupboards go 
together to make a nice meal, or in the 
harder levels which ones make up ihe 
meal you are told to make 

In Beacher Sorter, the easv level finds 
you matching shapes and colours of peb- 
bles to buckets, and the harder levels, 
matching animals to their habitats or 
group type. 



Picnic Attack is less educational, bm 
definitely more fun - you have to stop 
crabs and lobsters from eating your picnic 
b\ firing water at them. Move on to 
Monke\ Town and you can play Btil's 
ScrapfHMjk, which encourages sequencing 
skills by presenting a storvboard in which 
the pictures, and on harder levels, the cap- 
tions, have to be put in the correct order. 

In The Dark Wood you can play Tricky 
Trees or Can You hind Me. Both aim to 
improve memory as well as reinforcing 
ideas of shape and colour. Music is 
introduced in the Tricky Trees game 
where each tree has a different coloured 
nose each with its own note, and you have 
to copy a music sequence by clicking on 
the noses. 

All of these games cover much the 
same skills and lessons as die original 
Noddy's Playtime, but the size and variety of 
games in this package is much larger. 
Where the first release had a Paint Pot 
game where children could create their 
own images. Noddy's Big Adventure has a 
kiddie-style word processor designed to 
'acquaint children with the basic functions 
found in similar grown-up utilities'. 

Noddy's Big Adventure is a well-pre- 
sented and colourful package. It's easy to 
use and follow, although if you do not 
install it on your hard disk, swapping 
between the four disks can be irritating 
and more importantly, awkward, for young 
children. The controls are a little slow and 
sometimes they don't keep up with you, 
but overall this is certainly a game Knid 
Blyton would be proud of. 



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Colourful, but simple. Some objects 
are not easily recognisable and the 
reds and oranges are too simple. 



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Cute effects for Noddy's car. Plus 
encouraging or questioning noises 
from the various characters. 

ADDICTION 

There's plenty to keep any child 
interested, although older children 
may get through the games quickly. 

PLAY ABILITY 

Slightly slow - in some games the 
objects don't keep up with your 
movements. Easy to get to grips with. 



You get plenty of games for your 
money, some are excellent, others are 
a little disappointing. 



VERDICT 



** Games which make 
learning fun will 
always be a good thing 
and this one certainly 
is. But today's children 
are far more advanced 
as far as gameplaying 
is concerned so educa- 
tional packages like 
Noddy's Big Adventure 
need to be a bit more 
sophisticated. ** 



Protect your picnic by shooting crabs and lobsters with 
water in Picnic Attack, a fun rather than educational game. 



The map shows you the game area which Noddy can tootle 
around in. Do you know why elephants have got Big Ears? 




THE FOUR 10 Oh/ O/" 70 pack* .or collections of eduta- 
tional gama thai could help your child through the maze that is 
the National Curriculum, by making learning maths, algebra, lan- 
guage skills, and general knowledge tun to practise. 

The appeal of the 10 Out ()/ !'l packs tor parents is tin Inclu- 
sion of information on the dreaded National Curriculum, llu 
idea is thai vou can leave your child playing through the gaini v 
come back later and discover how the Amiga thinks he or she is 
progressing. Ai least that's the theory, but the at-a-glanre attain- 
ment table ran Ik- confusing and misleading. However, linn is 
every reason why children should enjoy the games. There are six 
games in each pack and ea« li has six levels that cover the ages ol 
six to 16, or three to seven in the case of AWv Essrriliatx 

There are cute graphics (1 particulaiK liked die winking dug). 
end of game rewards, and messages <»l 1 ungratulation and encour- 
agement (m otherwise). These 1 an Ik- t nsnuuised to include 
favourite words ol praise. Children ran plav at leisure or pick up 
bonuses for a High Score Table bv raring against the clock. A cer- 
tificate can be printed as final reward and proof of achievement. 

Younger children will benefit from playing through the games 
with an adult, not only because discussion will extend their learn- 
ing, but also because the\ ma\ need help discovering exactly what 
thev are supposed to do. 

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Arrange the books in the right order in Librarian, a fairly simple 
alphabetical test from the 10 Out Of 10 English pack. 

SNll'r.R: 1 he player shunts at targets alongside moving 
letters Or words and must unscramble anagrams, 
match words to pictures, punctuate sentences, give lull 

version! of abbreviations (I learned a couple of interest- 
ing things here), complete proverbs, and rewrite 
sentences from the active lense t0 the passive. 

COVER UP: This is a point and click game in which the player 
has to match rhyming words, opposhes, and archaic lorms with 
modern words. 

WORD FIT: An adult could easily heroine absorbed in playing the 
higher levels of this Scrabble-like wind game which has some 
interesting features. 

CRAB IT: This exercise in matching various words and phrases 
also covers several other areas, including reading, spelling, colli 1 
live nouns, punctuation, and vocabularv 

LIBRARIAN: A u-M of logic and alphabetical order that requires 
reading words written vertically, 

CHEERS: A Snakes and ladders game in which to move the num- 
ber pre-rolled by the computer you must select the correct option 
from three alternatives. This means thai by selecting the wrong 
answei vou can sometimes avoid going down .1 snake. 

" The games cover a wide range 

of activities, 

but they are 

uninspiring. 

You can't 

beat a good 

book. " 




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Join the shapes correctly for top marks in the Link Up 
game aimed at pre-school youngsters. 




Stepping Stones: to progress over the stepping stones 
select the box containing the right number. 



Unlike the other sets, this 
starts at pre-school level, where 
the National Curriculum obvi- 
ously does not apply, and 
introduces National Curriculum 
skills in the higher levels. The 
games mix language and maths 
skills and some science knowl- 
edge in a general studies format 
that is often favoured in early 
years teaching. 
GRAB IT: A shape and colour 
matching exercise that also 
involves having to match letters 
and numbers to create a code. 
RACER: Drive the car over pic- 
tures, words, numbers or clocks 
using the mouse buttons as 
brake and accelerator, to intro- 
duce the child to the basic forces 
of push and pull. 
ARTIST: A simple paint package 
that has a major flaw because it 
is possible to produce symmetri- 
cal images (the aim of the game) 
that the software does not 
recognise, and so the 
Achievement Record table could 
suggest that an inquiring intelli- 
gent player knows nothing 
about symmetry. 






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whole calculation, or work It out 
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GNASHER: Similar to the 10 out of 10 
English game Sniper, this one involves 
matching words to pictures, and punctu- 
ation exercises. 

LINK UP: Another of the matching games 
that involves shapes, numbers and their 
values, capital letters, and simple words 
and pictures. 

STONES: You have to complete a 
sequence of stepping stones and identi- 
fying each step from a number of given 
options. The aim of the game is to show 
children that a group of objects have the 
same numerical value, no matter how 
they are arranged: five spots on a dice 
have the same value as five balloons. 

** These games could 
provide valuable 
experience, with 
adult help. Without 
help they could be 
too frustrating for 
the youngsters. ** 




lO OUT OF IO 
MATHS (ALGEBRA) 




Winking dogs and exploding 
space bears can have lessons 
for your child, we asked 
teacher Tracy Osborne to 
assess the latest educational 
software releases. 




** The imaginative 
ways of practising 
number problems, 
will suit the more 

ma tlionm t i c a I ly - 
inclined youngster. 




Sail your raft up the river negotiating the hazards of rocks and various 
wrong-shaped objects in Turbo Raft. The object is to complete patterns. 

GRAPHOID: The players move their intrepid Space Teddv into 
position, avoiding the slowlv spinning asteroids. To make this even 
more fun Ted is weightless and moves with ihe momentum ol 
each mouse movement. Hit an asteroid and Ted explodes, get him 
to the right place and he's surrounded hv coloured circles. The 
game starts with a nine-square grid, and progresses to x.y co-ordi 
nates. The point of the exercise is 10 make children familiar with 
the concepts ol Shape and Space bv using common perspective 
and following instructions. 

PROCESSOR: A variation on the shooting theme that includes a 
number machine. These are quite common in schools, the idea 
being that the machine carries out a function on whatever num- 
ber is put into iL So a '+3 machine' turns 6 into 9. 
CHAIN UP: This matching game is aimed at reinforcing knowl- 
edge of multiplication and division, four quadrant co-ordinates, 
and the use of graphs to solve equations. 

HOOK IT: This game requires speedy hooking of the correct 
answer to a problem, and introduces terms such as square, factor, 
square root, and prime. It doesn't teach children what these terms 
mean but makes them familiar with the language. 
TURBO RAFT: The child must steer a raft up a river to complete 
mathematical patterns and sequences. 

RIB TICKLER: This multi-choice qui/ game features the sound of 
laughter for a correct answer and a group of greedy bears creep- 
ing up to eat \ our goodies. 

A free version of Word Fit is provided with this collection to 
help learn the spelling of algebraic terms. 




Teds in space: avoid the asteroids and collect the icons in the Maths 
(Algebra) game Graphoid. a sort of algebra exercise in Asteroids. 

•* A very challenging collection of 

games that 

will stretch 

the ability 

of children 

keen on 

maths. " 





Out Now 



Loading times are slow, and you tend 
to be kept waiting between games, 
but the gameplay is fun. 



The parent guide section of the man- 
ual uses National Curriculum jargon 
inaccurately. The player guide is 
small, flimsy and uninteresting. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

The point-and-click control method 
is fairly straightforward, although 
children may require some adult help 
to get started. 



Plenty of interest for parents and 
children. Many features can be cus- 
tomised to suit individual tastes. 

VALUE • < 

The 10 Out Of 10 games are reason- 
ably good value, although some are a 
bit flimsy and may not hold the 
attention of an inquiring child. 



VERDICT 



- All of the IO Out Of 
IO products are fun 
games to play and most 
of them have sound 
learning potential. The 
winner for me has to 
be the Algebra set: 
Graphoid is really good 
fun and the complexity 
of the higher levels in 
all of the games means 
that they could help in 
your child's education 
for years. ** 



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CLE02 TOTAL CONCEPTS GEOLOGY Thit Title is 
ltie second m the series of quality programs oy Chw 
Ml, using (he GordDisk Hywrbook system, it will 
guide you and your children on an interactive guided 
tour through the Incredible world of volcanos. rocks 
and minerals Ihe program is very simple to use ■ 

CLE03 TOTAL CONCEPTS SOLAH SYSTEM Now 
our most popular title I This one invites you to team 
all about Ihe solar system, with information on all of 
ihe planets & systems wrth pictures supped by Nasa, 
this is a superb educational package tor children & 
adutts This title is so big it *s supphed on Three disKs 
and <s poced at onty C4 99 » 

CLE05 A-CHORD So you want become the next Enc 
Cupion then this is just wfcai you need ' This program 
w*ll teach you neatly every single guitar chenj 
including fingering techniques, it will even play the 
chord3 using the amtgas bulll in sound chip. A must 
lor every single guitar player beginner and experts 
alike PnceE3 50 * 

CLE15 FAST FRET By Keith Klalwonhy, this program 
ts a guitar scales tutor, the very thing for the budding 
lead guitarist' Will play the scales through the Amigas 
sound chip with ajustment ol speed for every level of 
skill roQuiredl There are many everclsos m many 
sca'es so you too can become the nerl rock legend 1 
Supplied on one disK priced 3 50 * 

CLE029 PREHISTORIC FUN PACK This Is a superb 
B .^nidir.ng lour fun dinosaur games, Dmosiider a 
fcies puzzle game. Dinosaw ts a jigsaw memory 
game Snakes & caves is the old favounte snakes A 
adders, and Eggstinct is a tun egg collecting game* 
*eep the kids amused tor ages* l disk 3.50 * 



CLE035 TOTAL CONCEPTS SOLAR SYSTEM 2 In 
this sequel to our most popular title. Chris Hill brings 
you the very latest on the Solar System" All the very 
latest planetary missions are covered A if you thought 
the images in TC* Solar System were good watt until 
you see these 40* images' This Is a must if you have 

TCi Sola' System. Supplied on 3 disks only 4 99 + 

CLE049 TOTAL CONCEPTS DINOSAURS 3 Is the 
tateat TCi to fom this e»eilent series ft uses a new 
layout giving you a dlno image 4 info buttons oneve^y 
page' It includes Ihe new superstar ol the dlno world 
Veiociraptor it you are at all interested in Dinosaurs 
this is a must lo complete your Dinosaur library" Over 
30 images supplied on 3 disks only 4.99 * 




CLE051 PAINT PASTE & DRAW This <s a stunning 
drawing/colouring book, containing lots ol 
background pictures, brushes to paste on, plus editor 
to oesign your own you can even add your own 
artwork lo the picture A superbly presented program, 
this one ts a must tor young children* I disk 3.50.* 

CLU03 TYPING TUTOR A program here now for all 
you buddmg office clerks, learning to type can be a 
real pain, lessons cost a fortune, but not when you 
have an amiga * This program will take you step by 
step through a lu» typing course, showing where to 
ptace your fingers and lots more Before long you'll be 
able lo type as fast as I can i Price £3-50 + 

CLU032 POWERTEXT 2 This is a superb & powerful 
wordprocessmg program, featuring embedded 

commands, automatic saving, Mail merging, built in 
spelling checker user definable function keys, 
wordwrapptng & much much morel You will probably 
never need any more than mis super product' 
Needs 1 mg of ram. 1 desk 3 50. * 



CLG022 SPARX STOCKING FILLERS Oy 
LenTucker, 3 super seasonal games for all the family* 
Chrismajtg rs a festive version of Ihingamajlg with s<* 
picture puzzles to sort out 1 Chnslmas pairs is a 
traditional 'pairs" game & Santas sleigh ride is a 
sideways scroller where you have to deliver presents 
down chimneys! l disk 3.50. + 

CLG030 CAPTAIN K This Is an exeilent platform 
game The object of me game is to collect all the 
items scattered around each level A kill all the 
monstors For this purpose you have an unlimited 
supply o* bombs, which when thrown, bounce for a 
short time before exploding, killing any monsters 
nearby* i disk 3. 50.+ 

CLG041 F1 RACER This is a very professional 
game. 3d graphics in a Formula one type vein as 
viewed from the driving seat Speed is subject to the 
speed of your machine (it really zooms on an Amiga 
4000+) Lots of fun for anyone who likes driving games 
with super graphics & sound* Very impressive game 
1 disk 3 50 * 

CLG042 CRYSTAL SKULL Thts was written as a 
commercial release but was never released* It is a full 
3d role ptaying "Dungeon Master* type game, speak to 
passers by. kin them, investigate any one of 4 
pyramids with all its ghosts & goblins. This will keep 
up your interest for ages* 1 disk 3.50 # 




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TOTAL CONCEPTS DINOSAURS Superb book* 2 disHs 4 50^ 
TOTAL CONCEPTS FRESHWATER FI5HING 2 disks 4 50 * 
NIGHT SKY Eaeilenr guide to the stars i disk 3.50 - 
WORDS A LAODERS Good spelling program t disk 3 50 * 
BASICALLY AMIGA guide to Amlgados* 3 disks 4 99' • 
LETS LEARN For children of 5-7 years 1 disk 3 50 i 
ALPHABET TEACH spelling program for the WtfsM disk 350+ 
HOME BREW Create your own brews' 1 disk 3.50 * 
TOTAL CONCEPTS ECOLOGY Learn ecology 3 disks 4 99 
KINGS & QUEENS A history lesson' 2 disks 4.50 * 
THINGAMAJIG An electronic |»gsaw + I disk 3 50 + 
WORK & PLAY 3 educational programs; 1 disk 3.50 - 
PLAY IT SAFE Teaches safety in the home, 1 disk 3 50 * 
BIG TOP FUN Four programs 1 dish 3 50 • 
JIGMANIA Jigsaw solving A construction set' 1 disk 3 50t + 
CHESS TEACHERteach chess in a tun way* 1 disk 3 50 • 
MIND YOUR LANGUAGE improve speech 1 disk 3 50 « 
SPEED READING Tests your reading speed 2dista450 * 
CHORD COACH This is a superb Piano Tutor. 1 disk 3.50 + 
SNAP An educational game for languages, I disk 3 50. • 
C A T T Superb Tarol reading program 2 disks 4 SO 1 * 
FUN WITH CUBBY 6 superb games for kids' 1 disk 3 50,+ 
PEG A PICTURE Make pictures with pegs 1 disk 3.50 # 
UNDERSTANDING AMOS< NEEDS AMOS) 2 disks 4.50. * 
SPITFIRE* The legendary WWII fighter* 2 disks 4 50 . 
MESSERSCHMITT BF109 And the Germanl 2 disks 4 50.- 
YOUR FIRST PONY All you need to know! 2 disks 4 50 * 
THE T(ME MACHINE Teaches kids to ten time 2 disks 4. 50.+ 
DISCOVERY AMERICA Learn about the USA* t disk 3 50* 
HOME INVENTIONS inventions since 1 750. 2 disks 4 50 - 
MY LITTLE ARTIST colounng book Needs tmg 2 disks 4 50 
BOREALIS JUNIOR Orawing tor young children 1 disk 3.50* 
BASICALLY MEDICINE Good help with first aid* 2 disks 4 50- 
COMPOSITION Photograph Tutonal dtsk 1 disk 3.50. 
AMOS LANGUAGE QUIZ Helps learn Amos 1 disk 3.50* 
PORTRAITURE 2nd photo tutorial program 1 disk 3.50* 
FUN WITH CUBBY 2 Another 7 fab kids games! 1 disk 3.50+ 
BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY Good for education 1disk 3 50 * 
SEA SENSE Learn all about boats* 1 disk 3 50 - 
ROCKET MATHS Easy maths for kids* t disk 3 50* 
DRATV2.4 Runecaster- Translator, needsl 5mg 2 disks4 50* 
TELL THE TIME Just what the kids need 1 drsk 3 50- 



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POWER ACCOUNTS account statements, etc 3 50 * 
CALC VI vory useful spreadsheet program* i disk 3.50 + 
VIRTUAL WINDOWS Notebook Address bookl disk 3.50 * 
DATOS A powerful database many features i disk 3.50 + 
STOCK CONTROLLER Keep track of slocks 1 disk 3 50 * 
EPOCH vi calendar lor Amiga. 1299 yf diary 1 dtsk3 50 + 
CROSS STITCH good needlework program.1 disk 3,50 * 
LC10 FONTS Nice fonts lor Star LC10 printer 1 1 disk 3,50* 
LC200 FONTS Fonts for your LC200 pnnteri 1 disk 350 i 
LC24 FONTS Fonis for your Star 24 pin printer 1 d-sk 350 * 
CANON BJ 10 Super Fonts for Bubblejet Idisk 3.50* 
INVOICE MASTER Sort out your invoices* I disk 350 * 
HARD DRIVE MENU Superb hard drive utility! 1 disk 3 50 • 
F15 ANIM BRUSHES Needs O parni- i disk 3 50 + 
RED LOTUS ANIM BRUSHES Needs D Paint 1 disk 3.50 + 
STARFIGHTER ANIM BRUSHES For Dpalnl 2 dtsks 4 50.- 
STAR VOYAGER ANIM BRUSHES for DPaintS dtskss 4 99* 
IMAGE BASE Simple autho"ng package 1 disk 3.50.. 
CREATIVE ADVENTURE TOOLKIT Needs Imbchip 3 50* 
G.F X Grapn.es convenors sprite editors etc' 1 disk 350* 
DRAW SELECTOR V2 pools prediction prog I dtsk 3 50. 
FLOWCHARTER For creation of flowcharts 1 1 disk 350* 
AM TUITION Create WB3 look A feel progs td*k 3 50* 
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CLU04 ALPHAGRAPH for producing Bar & Pie charts etc' 3 50, * 
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PU231-32S B COLOR ICONS Huodreda of new icona #Y 
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PU230 MORE PRINTER DRIVERS new primer OrlvenUY 
PU240 FREECOPV V* A powertxjl rtft* copvlno prooramUY 
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PU243 ASPtCE Circuit anah/aia program'. y 
PU244 BON APPETIT Thit IB a recipe 0atabB»e programt.Y 
PU245 256C MANUAL Laie»! *er*<on 00 1? ^iMM^l •* 
PU262 RICMATO SMCDLEY COMP II Monganai McUY 
PU243 LVAPUttOV Ftbutoui 4 uouaual IracSaTt.Y 

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PU274 TRONICAD VI. BBClromc cirtua rtea<ijn!*Y 
PU279 V MORPH V2M Yea a PO mofpnmo pn»IU Y 



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PUZ86 iNSCRJPT Program lor Video Ulllrvjf *Y 
PU2B7 NUMPAD Numeric havped emuUtlohHOOO ONLYj 
PU36S ENGINEERS KIT Teal your AmiaaiYBItm' .y 
PU2OT AUDIO ANIMATION 3TUO*0 Create Your ownl *Y 
PUtti 1200 WOflUBEPeCH HACAS Uaelul foil V 
PU2S2 IMO UTlLSi Gil 4 PCX Oatalypea elcTA muallY 
PU201 31 7 25 d> aka ol Ham radio wfTwervf f 25J» Y 
PU31B POWER UTIL$ Ulf'n wrMlen m Can Do* *Y 
PU324 WlNt MAKER Databaaa lor wioemaaarar -Y 
PU325 E2A&M LA2I 4 AUK Programmfra dlajil . 

PU3» PLOTTCR Piota two dimennonaJ tuncllooaUY 
PU327 8 X BENCH all round replacement* (2) * 
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PU340 EXOTIC RIPPER V? 10 SourvJiracher r*pp#rt .Y 
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PWW MP 5MC 4 Caww Bubble)*! pvintw dnveral *Y 
PU3U TAB MASTER Mualc to Guitar translator pr0 gl .y 
PU155 SUPtRDARK S U perb 4 unuaual acreen tjienker! *Y 
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PU343 ATTIC A BLITT Uaelul lo C programmerBf *Y 
PtTJW WB: UTILS Full ol obacum bul uieful unit! *Y 
PU36T PE PRINT UTILS Lolt ol uaeM *abe<l-na cog*. Y 
PIB6A IMAQEBA5E RUNTIME Standalone Tw cCu27*V 
PU309 TV TITLES DEMO Snarewere Tftimg programl »Y 
PU370 34 BIT UTILS R»nd 24 4 more uieful uHlilteaUY 
PU37t AMOS PRINTER ROUTINE Tat own Amoa pro«f*V 
PU172 3 PARNET SOFTWARE L*na 2 AfnaoMl <?)-Y 
PU374 1200 UTILS 3 Mo'n naw l?0OutllM«e«'*Y 
PU37BGRAPHPROV1 1 Sha/ewate graph lea program !*V 
PUlttl SPECTRUM EMULATQRVl 7 Woraj gn Allll *Y 
PUJM 3UPERVIEWER V2 4 etiemble alideatvowe*V 
r*U383 WORD UTILITIES Super wo»d pu«*e aolvfrf *Y 
PU3S4 THE GENEOLOGtST Superb Family datat>aa«! «Y 
PUWj LEMMINGS 2 HD Inetaite* luat whal you naed.Y 
PV30B KITE SIMULATOR The only one avaifatile* «Y 
PU»7 REORG A good 0<afc 4 Harifcj*** opUmlaerf *V 
PU3BB 1200 HD PREP For ell 1200 ownera! Y 
PU3BD HD CLICK The laiaat veraion< ,Y 
PU3W OUMBYS FRACTAL GENERATORS A teiecUonl .y 
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PM0B AIRCRAFT SLIDE Pica ol fighter «rcr»ni»V 
PS00* ASTHOr#OMV SLIDE very mipre-BBlveUY 
PM13 BORN TO BE FREE wtld animela *Y 
PS033 GtRMAN RAY TRACE Superb See me** U 
PS043 KELLY SB Some qualJty HAM p-cfurea .Y 
PSOM NEWTEK DYNAAItC HAM O40aSl2 4096 color pic** 
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PW72 SUPER HAM CARS Thia f a mu«Jaega!.> 
PS066 SONIC 5 Superb O HAM 4094 colour plct* 
PS101 ANALOGUE SLIDE Ray UBCVCJopBCO pacaUY 
PS 103 DYNAMIC HWES 2, 4 laniaatlc quality pactuntBle 
PB107 ALCATIUZ MUSEUM 5up^b oicturear. 
PSn* THE GATHERING 93 Stunning picture* here! »Y 
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PSI» KEMH RHODES SLIDE 3 lantaay prcaMTOO only Y 
PB122 FtRIUW AGA great 250 colour o*ctureal700onry 

PS124 TC VISTA PRO UNOSCAPES E<eMen|!<Not 1 Jf*Y 

PS 1 25 RfVELATlONS SLIDE alaggering Quality &rlT-v 
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CCLM7 MAMMALS E6 A3 ar*j wm» mom< ajajboptai ,Y 
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CCL 070 MAMMALS ?JT 14^ agparb pctufat 1 autobooii *Y 
CCL071 MAMMALS 142 tyt A iN5rRUMEWT5 1*» *Y 
CCL072 INSTRUMENTS 4 ?5 Mu*ica*i auro»«* *V 
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CCL075 MUSICIANS 9 21 Claaacal 1 aufoboota- .Y 
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CCL0B&4 PRESIDEKTS I 40 U& praairjanli 3 oHka .V 
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CCL0B6REP1ILES ^-36 MooifapWaa 1 autobooia' «Y 
CCL067 REPT1LE5 »50 S^iipa I 9 L au*jtaGtv .V 
Ca0MSHlPSi0 33 Uaonavfjaaaiai^Y 
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CCIW1 TREES. Lola or »an pKfuntai aatobootsi *Y 
CCL0M TREES LOU mo** oaa pea' a^foteob* *Y 
CCL0Q3 TREES. And apma mora tfe«' *Y 
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CCL096 TREES 85-100 t«n mora maa* worhbarKhUy 
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with absolutely loads of programs 

from children's paint packages to 

workbench utilities and games. 

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drums, he ihev real or cii-t ironic. 1 heir have been 
several programs designed for creating drums on 
the Amiga before, but this is the best I've seen. 
You could always use a program such as 
SoundTracker or OctaMed. but thev haven't been 
designed specifically for creating drum patterns, 
and they don't come with 29 drum samples built 
in. Anyway, it's all pretty easy to use, with a good 



user interface, which is divided into three screens: 
one for creating patterns, one for sequencing pat- 
terns and another for creating die bassline. Four 
example files are included on ihe disk, and these 
show off what you can do with the program rather 
well. It's nowhere near as sophisticaied as OctaMed, 
but this is a benefit rather than a problem, 
because you don't have all the other stuff getting 
in the way. Support for triggering the patterns via 
MIDI would have been welcome, but it's still a use- 
ful program, and onlv costs £3 to register. 



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CLUBBS 

Chtbbs isn't exactly a disk mag, it's like a Bulletin 
Board without the modems. One of the things that 
attracts people to Bulletin Boards is being able to 
talk to other users, and chat about a range of sub- 
jects from computers to beer. Of course, you need 
a modem to connect to a Bulletin Board, but if 
you haven't got one, Chtbbs is the next best thing. 

The idea is simple. There are a variety of top- 
ics held as text files on a disk, on subjects ranging 
from Amigas to conspiracy theories. If you see a 
message on a topic that you are particularly inter- 
ested in, you reply to it, and your reply will be 
included on the next month's disk. 

It's a wonderfully simple way of getting 
answers to questions, and you don't get the 
immense phone bill that often accompanies call- 
ing Bulletin Boards. The inclusion of a front end 
would make accessing the files a bit easier, but it's 
no great hassle to load the text into any text viewer 
or word processor. Each months disk costs £1, 
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on in the current issue of Clubbs is about drink driving. 




JUNIOR 

VALLEY PD 
It's nearly that time of year when the kids start run- 
ning around the place, demanding new and 
satisfying experiences to keep them happy over the 
holidays. Tempting though it may be to introduce 
them to the delights of deep sea diving without a 
suit you might be better off getting hold of a copy 
of Borealis Junior, a paint program designed with 
the younger artist in mind. 

Ifs a conversion of a commercial program for 
the Nimbus RM, but don't let that put you off. As 
you'd expect it's very easy to use, with a full 
screen menu accessed by pressing the right mouse 
button. There are a variety of drawing tools, includ- 
ing a rather good rainbow option. It won't turn 
your offspring into the new Jackson Pollock 
overnight but it's great fun. 





Even the youngest Amiga user should have no problems 
working out what these menu Bores lis buttons do. 



I'm particularly fond of the greenish sky in this one. 
Borcalrs comes with several Images for colouring In. 



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Some games walk a fine line between being enjoy- 
able and totally irritating in a throw-that-dtsk- 
in-the-bin sort of way. This is one of the latter. The 
concept is simple: move two or more similar- 
coloured or shaped boxes next to each other, and 
they vanish in a puff of smoke. Some levels have 
three or four of the same types of boxes, and if you 
miss one, you are stuck. Clear the screen, and it's on 
to the next of several hundred levels. 

Ian Quigley has done an excellent job of coding 
the program, and he's even included the full assem- 
bler source code, and the original game data. 
There's also a diary revealing exactly what pro- 
grammers get up to in the early hours, which seems 
to be mostly programming, strangely enough. 




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easy. It all gets much more complicated later on... 



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GadToolsBox will even write your source code for you. 

If you're a programmer, you'll know thai one of 
the most tiresome aspects of programming is gen- 
erating your requesters and creating the code to 
include in your programs. Fortunately, this is no 
longer necessary if you program in Assembler, C 
or Obcron, thanks to Jan van den Baad's excellent 
GadToolsBox program. This enables you to gener- 
ate requesters by setting a size, selecting what type 
of buttons you want, and dragging these on to the 
screen. Once you've got the required requester, 
you can generate the source code for this in any of 
the three languages. 

As you'd expect, you're presented with a great 
amount of control over this code, including a 
number of options over how the generated code 
lies in with your programs. After all. there's no 
point in generating all these nice requesters if the 
program formats your hard disk in disgust at the 
results. Anyway, If you follow the basic guidelines 
included in the excellent documents that go with 
the program, you shouldn't have a problem. 



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EDICIIUE 

VAU.Y PD (CLR) 

People often worry about being ill, or not really 
understanding what's happening to them when 
they are ill. This two-disk multimedia program is 
designed to give you information on a variety of 
common illnesses, and background information 
about what all those weird sounding drugs are 
actually for. The program was created using 
Hyperbook. and is very professionally produced. 
Basically Medicine is mostly text based, with onlv 
occasional illustrations, but the text is very well 
written, and there's even a separate section on a 






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formulary section of Basically Medicine. 

variety of emergency techniques, such as how to 
tell if a person has been poisoned. 

Also included are several sections on the his- 
tory of medicine, giving background information 
about the pioneers of medicine such as Aristotle 
and Louis Pasteur. There's also a list of Nobel 
prize winners, with details about their contribu- 
tions to medical science. 

Overall, this is a very well put together pro- 
gram, but there does seem to be rather a lot of 
disk access, and it's not always obvious thai you 
have clicked on a button, as neither the button or 
the mouse pointer change. A few more illustra- 
tions would have been welcome (except in the 
surgery section), but apart from these minor 
gripes it's an excellent reference source and well 
worth the £4.50 price. 




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The advent of Workbench 2 and 3 has meant a 
great increase in the number of Workbench utili- 
ties available in the Public Domain, because it's 
much easier to add these programs to Workbench 
as commodities. This disk contains a selection of 
the best Workbench 2 and above add-ons. 

The disk contains seven utilities including 
FracBlank (a fractal screen blanker). MagicMenu 
(gives Workbench menus a 3D look). PPDaia (for 
compressing and decompressing programs and 
data) and GuiArc (a mouse-driven front end for 
compression programs). All of these have been 
available elsewhere, but this is a good collection of 
utilities on one disk for A 1 200 or A4000 users. £> 



TOP lO GAMES & UTILITIES 

Every month, we peruse the best seller lists of a prominent PD company. This month, it's the turn of: 



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Starbase 13 
Road To Hell 


3310 
3287 


6 Print Levels 


V1114 


7 AGA Utils 5 


V1138 


Magic WB 


V1200 


8 GNU C++ Compiler 


V1209 


Disk Utils 2 


V1136 


9 Kickstart 3 Emulator 


V1178 


Conquest And Domination 


3414 


10 Shanghai 93 


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CLUBBS, 7 Fallowfield Close, Valley Drive 
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Where else could you find Manga 

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FIREWORKS IVIUSIC 

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"It's art Jim, hui not as we know it." Holodfrk is .1 
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Trek spacecraft from the Infinite Frontiers team. 
The Knierprise is pictured in various battle con- 
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Recommended for fans of Star Trek and or fairly 
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When the little people are swarming arround your 
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The dentist of the future is not to be messed with* 
Quite what that implement is for is anybody's guess. 



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No sign of the girl with long hair, dodgy teddy and 
blackboard here- Testcards aren't what they were. 



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This innovative demo begins 
with some television interfer- 
ence followed by a Tesicard (Digital Television) 
which proceeds to go bonkers. A very positive 
start. It's a multi-media overload, 'the choice of a 
new generation," it proclaims. But apart from this 
it's the usual swirling dot and cube effects (the 
cubes are excellent) ana 1 the backing track is suit- 
ably chaotic. 



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The obligatory cube effect from the rave demo Menace, 
which will probably only appeal to hardened ravers. 

This month's obligatory rave demo is from a 
group named Desire. And they don't disappoint. 
Menace includes all the usual messages to pals in 
the scattered wastes of Scandinavia, tales of wild 
parties, dnigs and A 1200s (that was a lie) along 



risque but you're not going to let that put you 
off are you? Samurai Warriors, spacemen, small 
animals and children - you name 'em, they're on 
here. The images fade in and out so you just sit 
back and enjoy (and occasionally swap disks). 




Young folk sporting shiny suits and guns are gener- 
ally thought to be the best types to save the world. 



with the usual blippy music, swirling vectors and 
the reassuring CND symbols. There are some nice 
piano effects and dotty dancing girls. However. 
Menace is a demo for real devotees rather than the 
casual rave demo observer. 



CYNOSTIC SOT 99 




The sound of bagpipes are particularly atmospheric at 
seven O'clock on a Sunday morning, up in Scotland. 

You can't beat a howling wind to add a bit of 
atmosphere, and the intro uses one to full effect. 
although, unforiunaiely. it's downhill from there 
on in. Nightmaslerpiece from Mvstik is a collection 
of three 'tunes' which were probably inspired by 
some concept track or other from 1973 (at least 
we're mercifully spared the rave track). The visual 
consists of a cracked stone-effect interface and a 
whole load of scrolling comments asking such 
searching questions as 'can you feel it?' I couldn't. 



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Despite its distinct lack of visual splendour. Dance 
Classics Six nevertheless has some stonking tunes. 

[f you're looking for thai "it's one in the morning, 
what on earth am I doing in this dance club drunk 
as a lord' feeling then you could do worse than 



ANIM 



CRAIG COLLINS 




A close-up of one of the Snowspeeders is the prelude 
to some serious Star Wars-esque shooting action. 




Collins has captured perfectly the ponderous move- 
ment', of the huge A.T.A.T.'s. Check it out. 

Craig Collins Is one of the most creative Amiga 
animators and he has really excelled himself 
with this futuristic and atmospheric animation. 
Time: the future. Place: ice planet Hoth. A few 
remaining Snowspeeder pilots (they're the good 
guys, hurrah!) are battling it out against the evil 
empire's monster A.T.A.T.'s. And it's all just like 
good old Star Wars. 

Last Stand on Hoth is all seriously good 
stuff. The A.T.A.T.'s are enormous robots things 
which clump around in a suitably menacing and 
robotic manner. Collins has perfectly captured 
the movement and everything is incredibly real- 
istic (not that I've ever seen an A.T.A.T in real life, 
you understand). Last Stand In Hoth requires a 
minimum 3Mb and if you want the version that 
includes sound you'll need 7Mb. A stunning ray- 
traced 3D animation. 



cast your eye over this three-tune collection. 
Night Crawlers' Push The Feeling On is the best, and 
despite my aversion to dance music. 1 Uiought it 
was excellent. Real 2 Reel features a rapper war- 
bling about funky grooves The third track is more 
of a Spanish disco in August affair with the odd 
Hispanic 'are you all ready for this' type of chant 
thrown in at irregular intervals for good measure. 
Liifoi innately , I found it impossible to stop the 
tunes once thev started, much to the distress of 
the rest of the office. O 



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From: Mark Rothwell, Accrington, Imiics 
I recently bought an A1200 with 2Mb of Chip 
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From: Fete Sutherland, Southampton 
I read with interest the letter you published in 
the December issue of AF . I am having exactly the 
same problem with my hard drive on my A1200. 
except that data becomes corrupt after a transfer 
of only about 160K. Surely there is some more 
fundamental problem other than just faulty 
installation. 

My drive was fitted for me, but I checked the 
connections inside the computer and the setup 
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Yes, you are right. After receiving a flood of letters and 
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From'. Ian Fetch. Milton Keynes 
I removed my hard disk to replace the faulty mod- 
ulator in my A600. When 1 plugged the hard disk 
connector back in, I made a mistake and plugged 
in the cable too far to the left. Now 1 have nothing 
but flashing lines. Is there anything I can do? 
I have a copy of DiskSatv but I haven't tried it yet. 

I lie fust thing to do when you plug the cable in 
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Depending on which way you plugged the table 
in. you could have permanently damaged your 
drive and your Amiga's IDE interface. 

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ne, ted? II so. connect the drive again (the proper 
way) and boot from a (loppy disk, preferably 
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will completely knacker it. Good luck. 



From: Edward Spurrier, Eversley Cross, Hampshire 
I have acquired an old Apricot XEN computer, 
which I subsequently disposed of. I kept the power 
supply though, because it is in working order and 
supplies the current I need (I2v at 5amps). 
However, it has an unusual output connector 
which uses a 15-pin D type connector. I have no 
idea what each pin docs as there are no manuals 
available to me. Could you please shed some light 
on the subject? 

Continued overleaf *' 



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which gives Advanced options and select change. 

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setting for this is OxFFFFFF. Change it to a smaller value, 
such as 0x2000. Then simply save changes to the drive 
and you are away. Thanks to everyone who called or 
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(including which version of Workbench you an 
using and which model erf Amiga you have). 

• Make sure your question is relevant, and 
wouldn't be more easily solved by the dealer you 
bought the goods from. 

DON'T 

> Tell us all about your aunty Ethel for three 
pages and then explain your problem. 

• Write in with questions like "I added a hard- 
drive to my machine and it doesn't work - what 
should I do". (Which machine? Which drive?) 

• Send an SAE expecting a personal reply. 
The chances are extremely slim. 

Please bear these points in mind and remember 
that we are trying our best to help you. 



1 think you should have tried writing to Apricot 
XEN Format but never mind, our technical wiz- 
ardry will have a go. 

How many wires actually lead in to the D-type? 
If it is only two or three, your problem could he 
reduced considerably by simply taking a pair of 
wirecutters to it. You are not going to need the D 
connector anyway. Then all you need is a multime- 
ter (or failing that a 12v bulb) to test the 
individual wires to check which one is giving you 
the 12v out. 1 don't know exacdy what you want to 
connect it to. Remember that the Amiga itself 
requires more than just a 12v supply. 



From EJ Holtingsworth, Middlesex 




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Vista can save out landscape files in TurboSilver format. 
TurboSilver files can be used as Imagine objects. 



In your explanation of RAM you say that 
Static RAM does not lose Its contents when 

the machine is turned off. Isn't this Non Volatile 

RAM? I am confused. 

Perhaps the explanation wasn't clear enough 
.Static RAM cards such as PCMCIA devices, usually 
contain a battery which can sustain the low power 
requirements of SRAM chips {they do not need a 
refresh signal). These devices retain their contents 
when power is disconnected, and hence can be used as 
RAM disk devices as well as pure memory expansions 
You are quite right that Static RAM, on its own, will not 
retain information Sorry for the confusion. 

Can I use PC CD-ROM drives with a CDTV or 
other CD device attached to my Amiga? 

Yes, and you don't even need CrossDos The 
ISO9660 standard means that all CD-ROMs are in 
the same format This does not mean that you will be 
able to run PC applications (unless you have an emula 
tor as well) but it does mean you can use PC text and 
picture files. 

If I wnte-protect my disks can I still get a 
virus? 



If your disk is completely free of viruses and you 
iwnte-protect it. there is no way that a virus can 
transfer itself on to that disk if there is already a virus 
on the disk though, it may still be able to infect other 
disks or even your hard drive Run a virus checker all the 
time when using Workbench and make sure that you 
check all new disks thoroughly 

Can my modem be altered to send faxes? 



i Not without some severe re-wiring. Although 
#H machines and modems transmit data via the same 
method, faxes conform to a set of standards which 
includes different protocols for encoding the data and 
transmitting it securely This requires special chips, 
which are included in fax/modems. There are several 
different makes of fax/modem, check out the adverts in 
this issue. 

Which English town is furthest from the sea? 



Haven't a clue. Did you know that the first time 
the Stones played "2000 Light Years From Home" 

live since they recorded rt was on their recent Steel 

Wheels/Urban Jungle tour? 



Readers who have been enjoying the Imagine 
Coverdisk program on Issue 53 will, I'm sure, be 
interested to know that the Vista program (found 
on Issue 33's Coverdisk) is able to save landscapes 
as Imagine objects. 

So vista.dem real-life landscapes or any frac- 
lally-generated ones can be loaded into Imagine. 
This can be done by choosing the Save Landscape 
option in the project menu of Vista and selecting 
TurboSilver as the save format. 

Thai is very true. Thanks for pointing ii out 
Readers should also be aware thai many Imagine 
objects exist in the Public Domain and are often 
found in PD libraries or BBSs. 



From: W Winton. Ross-shire. Scotland 
I have an A500 with 1Mb of memory which I use 
mainly for Desktop Publishing. My problem 
started about two weeks ago, when, in the middle 
of using Pagesetter, my machine crashed. 

After resetting I kept getting read/write errors 
on the disk, so I made another copy from the origi- 
nal. This also failed to work and, being suspicious, 
I ran them through a virus checker and discovered 
a dormant version of Lamer Terminator on the 
bootblocks. I removed this but the disks still don 1 ! 
work, they kept coming up with "Bad Sector - try 
another disk". Everything else works OK, but I 
have noticed a slight difference in the clicking 



sound the drive makes. Every second click sounds 
all right, but the ones in between don't sound 
healthy. Is my drive suspect? 

Being hit by a virus isn't a pleasant experience, but 
it is quite tricky to discern exactly where vow prob- 
lem lies. If your machine crashed while accessing 
the drive, you could have damaged both the drive 
and the disk. This won't happen with a software 
eiror or a guru message (because the system will 
close down all disk activity before crashing), but 
may happen if the Amiga completely reset without 
giving you any warning. 

This is likely to damage the disk by screwing 
Up the data, or if you are particularly Unlucky, bv 



From: C R Ilumfthnys. Catterich, rV Yorks 
My wife and I and our children all feel very let 



down by Commodore, because after selling our 
much loved ASOO we bought a CDTV. Now we feel 
Commodore have abandoned us. Can you please 
answer the following questions. 

1) Are Commodore going to do anything to help 
out CDTV owners in the way of upgrade offers, so 
CDTV users can catch up with everybody else. 

The CDTV was a bit of a flop, but that is often the case 
with ground-breaking technology. Fortunately, it is not 
completely useless. However, here are the answers to 
your questions: 

1) I doubt if Commodore will do anything in the 
way of CDTV upgrade offers. At one time, some dealers 
did do trade in offers, but these are long gone now 
Now most of the dealers are trying desperately to get 
rid of any CDTV stock they have left. 

You are better off keeping rt. unless you want to 
place an advertisment in your local paper and try to sell 
it on to someone who wants to use it as a CD-ROM drive 
for their existing Amiga setup. 



. 






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CDTV: one* ahead of its time, it was only a question of 
time before It became behind the times. 



2) Are there any Fast RAM upgrades available for 
the CDTV? 

There are RAM upgrades available Calculus stores cer- 
tainly used to do them. Check by calling them on 0543 
251275. 

3) Are there any memory cards which fit In the 
front of the CDTV? 



The original PCMCIA standard (rev 1) is no longer sup- 
ported by any developers. It was planned to take small 
Flash RAM cards to hold preferences data or saved game 
information, but nobody ever produced any to this stan- 
dard. In short, no. 

4) Can we fit a hard drive to our CDTV? 

Yes you can. The internal circuitry of the CDTV is very 
much like the ASOO and is capable of supporting a hard- 
drive. Again, Calculus should be able to help you here. 

5) Now can we make our CDTV faster and better 
and generally more impressive? 

Have it gold plated and stkk it on the back of a CBR 
Fireblade. 

6) Where does David Pleasance live? My family 
and I would like to go round and make him eat 
our CDTV. 

6J He lives at. ... no, perhaps not. Violence is never the 
answer. Why don't you make up some T-shirts that say 
"We don't like David" instead. 



causing -i Ih-.h1 i rash (when the drive head at tuall) 
tout hea the <lisk surface instead <»i skimming ovei 
tin top <»l it) which usually results in permaneni 
physical damage to the disk - ii will nevei work 
pn»|Mil\ again. 

1'hr lac i that you had ■■ virus on the disk could 
Ik- coincidental or ii could have been 'in virus 
uhnh caused the crash, bui thai virus could not 
have harmed youi drive in an) direct fashion, \ 
head crash could have pushed ii slighd) oui <>i 
ali^niiicnt. bui if youi software is running <>K. I 

utnildii'i worn about it. 



From: Darren Smith, Potters liar, Hertfordshire 
Is ii possible lo buy spare pins Tor a Slar KR-10 % 
pin printer and if so. how much are they and 
where ran 1 gel them? As you ran see. the u,ualit\ is 
very poor with two of the pins missing. 





It is always sad when you lose a few pins. The real solu- 
tion Is to replace the print head. 



Then- probably is ,i v\.i\ ol jus) replacing two • •! the 
pins mi the printhead, but il isn't reall) worth Ii \ 
much bettei idea would be to replace the entin 
prini he. wi. You sinmlil be able to get hold ol one 

liom the people who iimiii.ilh MippK VOUI fib" 

i»nis. oi railing that call Star on 0494 471 1 11. 
A570 WITHOUT IfcVlB 

From: F Muggins, F.\se\ 
I have just purchased an A570 CD-ROM drive for 
use with my A500. It serins lo work quite well in 
spite of the fact lhat I am sure 1 read some- 
where ili. H von need 1Mb of Chip RAM for it to 
function coirecllv. 



IMAGINE QUERI 

To all the people that have been writing in with 
<nierie» relating to lmu)>me. here are the answer*: 

How do I Install Imsgtnm on my hard drive- 7 

A. The simple way to install Imagine on a hard drive n 
to prepare a drawer on the hard drdt (unrig the New 
Drawer option, or copying and renaming the fmpty 
drawer) called Imagine Then insert the Imagine disk in 
your drive and open the CLI 



Now type 



and press Return 



.0:f? 



All the Imagine files will now be installed and you <an 
simply click on the icon to run Imagine. You can copy 
Over all the demo textures and objects in the same way 
by placing that dnk in the drive and typing: 

copy dfO:t? dhOiUaftgioa ALL 

This may take some time, but it will copy all of the files 
required. 



I httvc only a half meg Chip RAM machine, wilh a 
2.5Mb RAM rxpansion in the trapdoor slot. 

The only disc I have which dot'sn't work is Sim 
City* which I underMand does require a full 
megabyte of Chip RAM. How do I go about 
upgrading? 




It's not the Chip RAM, but the Agnus chip, in your machine 
that counts when you install an A570 CO-ROM drive. 



I he CD-ROM drive docs require .i 1Mb Wnus 
chip, the 8372, in order to access the drive pmp- 
erly. h doesn't actual)) matter, i<'i .i large number 
• <\ titles, whethei you actual!) have 1Mb >>\ Chip 
RAM installed 1 "i not, il is just the Annus thai is 
needed. 

\lan\ A500s * lid have the K( S version ol \gnus 
installed and ii is possible to upgrade youi 
machine to have ■■ lull 1Mb <>i Chip RAM. This 
would mean using an extra 5Mb in the trapdoor 
slot. II this is when- mhh 23Mb RAM expansion is. 
you ma) nol be ,il>le in use it. Ihe at lual modifica- 
tions required varj depending on exact!) which 
revision ol the \5O0 you have, and there simply 
isn'i spat c here to * ovei -ill the options* 

Possibly the i asiesi waj to upgrade is using the 
MegachipS from Powci computing) reviewed else- 
where in tins ven issue. 



IVIUSIC IV1/V 

From: Tom Panghountv, Hastings, East Sussex 
Kxccllcnl. I miisi sav that the new look Format Is 

r 

really cool- Il really is a step forward. With such an 
excellent looking magazine, you niusl be able to 
answer niv questions. 



I am getting old waiting for my Imagine 
images to appear and I don't think that I will live 
long enough to ever see ano t her Quidtrender on 
my machine. How on earth do I get Immqmw to 



A. You need an accelerator card for your Amiqa, iome 
extra RAM or a maths co-processor If you get a 68881 
or 68882 FPU chip for your Amiga, be sure to send away 
for the FPU version. 

I can't s eam to edit the preferences. What to 



A You are probatory not reading the correct hie Try 
booting up from Workbench and then entering the fol- 
lowing command m the CLI 

ad naaqlnaJ.Oinsaglne.cooiig 

Ttra should bring up the configuration file for you to 
edit Just press escape and then X and return when you 
have finished to save the file 



In there a midi compatible real-time music pro 
gram for ihe A500 ilia I shows the notes in a 
conventional formal (minims* crotchets and so 
on)? What is it and where can I get it? 

How much would an K0\|l> IDE drive cost and 
how much room would I have left on it afta 
insullmi; Workbench S, / inol Copy II and Shmkey 
Island //? Is there any software which will convert 
Apple Mac system 6.2 to the Amiga and vice-versa? 

DHuxi Musu Construction Sd 2 \& the aaswci to youi 
prayers Ii v\.is reviewed in Issue 51 and can be 
obtained from Electron!) Arts foi ihe more than 
reasonable price *»l £89.99 Give ihem .t ■ .ill on 
0753 146465. 

Von ma) find ii rathei difficult lo obtain an 
80Mb Mil device, there is .« bit ol a shortage ai Lhc 
moment ^ « »« i could get .1 120Mb drive foi around 
L'i.Ml it von look around. I his would leave you with 

1 "I 100Mb aftet installing .ill lite programs 

\ nentioned. 

It you .in- talking aboul til.- transfer, il in best 
to use PC disks and CrossDos mi ihe Amiga and 
Apple File Exc hange on iln* Mai intosh. 

I h. mks for ) kind words about the 

redesign, bui art ed Sue prefers » hocolate, 








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UNSURE 

From: Hen l>\vr, Liiheiiham. Leicestershire 
There are a few things 1 am not sure about and I 
would be very grateful if yuu cnuld answer the fol- 
lowing questions: 

1) When I was placing Lemmings - The Triors 
on my friend's A1200 1 noticed that when it v^.is 
loading it said "Extra HAM". Does this mean that 
more is added to Lemmings mi a 2Mb computer? 

12) I've heard that you can play ordinary A500 
games on an A 1 200 if \ou can slow the machine 
down. Is this true and him do you do it? 

S) If I had a GYP A530 00 my A500 would I be 
able to play A 1 200 games.' 

-I) Is it worth getting a (II) ROM drive for mv 
Amiga 500. Silica are selling (hem at £99. 

I ■ > i.i k<- youi auestii mis in sequence: 

1 1 Ii doesn i mean thai there is anytliing in the 
game that you onlj get >•• see on .» 2Mb mat bine. 
Man) games notice when the RAM capacii) <»i the 
machine is larger than normal, and the) use this 
cmi, i spai <• io store nunc ol tlie game in the * on> 
putcr's memory. Therefore, when \<>u are playing 
the game you don't have '" w.ip disks oi wail foi 
things i" load quite io often Some games do have 
extra sound eflei is ••> .innii.iin.ii sequences whit h 
are onl) used with extra memorj 

2) \<>i all A500 games are incompatible with 

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[he \I2<h». old games don'1 wand a chance <-i 
working) bin anything released in the last In 

months H likel\ to work OK. Some i nmpaiibiUrj 

problems can be solved uith Public Domain utili- 
ties such as Otgrader, or simply bv using the boot 
menu on the A.1200 (hold down both mouse but- 
tons when booting up). 

3) No. The ^530 is .1 hard drive and accelera- 
tor which actual)) makes the A500 much fastei 
than an A.1200, h dues not give ii the Ki • \ chip* 1 
though, which Is what enables the A.1200 to display 
lots «>i 1 olours .it on< <■. 

4) Well, ii is certainh worth getting ii you warn 

a CD ROM drive. It von think that you hi- goin^ i<> 
be able to pla\ IX)*- game! with ii though, you are 
sadlv mistaken. You will In able (<> use ( Dl\ 

g-.uiH-s though. Kemembci that youi 1500 must 

have a 1Mb Agnus chip to run the A570 drive. 



from: Mark Uvan, Norwich, Norfolk. 
Could you please give me a little advice. I want to 
upgrade my Amiga 1200 lo give it a bit more mem 
on- and mavbe make it run a bit faster. I don't 
have too much money to spend though. 

I have thought about the Blizzard 1200. Would 
this do what 1 want? What is the difference 
between the accelerator and RAM boards for the 
A1200. They all claim to add extra memory and 
make the machine run faster. 

I have also acquired a 2.5-inch IDE dri\e 
(120Mb) from an IBM computer. Will I be able to 
use this on my machine? 

To begin with, an) expansion thai adds Fast RAM 
to your machine will result m an increase o] speed. 

litis is because Fast RAM is. surprising]) enough, 

much faster than Chip RAM. Memor) is used i<> 
buffer deuces such as the disk drive and also foi 

Storing environmental variables. I he speed 

increase can in- quite dramatit . 

Most RAM expansions also give vou the option 
ol adding a maths co-prot essor. rhischip, which is 
also known as an FPL . will speed up mathematical 

calculations performed In the Amiga I his means 

that some software (such .is fmagint ot Vista) will 

inn lour or live limes taster than on a Standard 
Amiga 1200. 

Accelerators make the machine Easter b) sub- 
stituting your bH020 CPU chip with anothei one, 

usual!) a 68030. I tiis means thai neaih all orxia- 
lions are several nines rastei lit depends on exai il\ 

what speed of acceleratoi vou gen. It ,s unusual 
tor an accelerator card 1101 to have provision Foi 
extra RAM as well. Accelerator cards tend to 1m- 

much more expensive though, l! VOU arc on a lim- 
ited budget the Blizzard card 01 the Powei 

(lompining I'crjos board will certainly add extra 
memor) and speed upyoui machine. 

Your ID* drive should work on the AI2*.M). V..u 

will need a M>-\\av miniature IDC connector in 

hook it up and a four-way connector for the 

power. The connections are quile cle.uK labelled 
011 the circuit board. If the drive 1 anie out oJ a l'( . 

the cables from that are probably exai tl\ the ones 

vou require. 

That's about it for another month. I'm sun 
vou've all had lots ol problems over Christmas, so 
jot them down on die back of a napkin and send 
them to me (oh and if you've got any mince pies 
vjouih spare vou could bung iheni in a jiffv bag 
too). Looking lorward to hearing from vou in the 
new veai . *Z> 




B*caus« lh«r* are to many printer* on the market. 
if* important to work out exactly what you r—od it for 



the parallel port of the Amiga. Most printers 
use the parallel port as this provides a bettor 
speed for data transfer. Serial |w inters ■ 
more useful when the printer must be positioned a 
long way away from the Amiga. 

The most popular type of pri m — is a dot 
matrix. Tms works by striking an inked ribbon 
with mn array of metal pins. The pins ere raised or 
lowered to output individual dots on the page. 

' Dot matrix p rinter s are very fast delivering 



draft mode. Unfortunately, the result* can also 
look quite bad as the individual dots can be seen 



overcome this problem, dot matrix printers 



twke 



Another way of improving the quality of a dot 
matrix printer is to give H more pins. The stan- 



24-pin mode ls on the market now. 



In order for a printer to function correctly ft 



the software application I 
which the printer understands. 

M a ny p ri n ter s will emulate a co mmon stan- 
dard, and so can use a non-specific driver (e.g 
the EpsonX driver). This Is useful to get the printer 
to work In the first place, but a specific driver it 



good enough to really push the printer to its 
limits. There are a number of print enhancement 



tern. Issue 51 had lurboAwtf on the coverdtsk. 

~ Blade and white printers generate shades of 
grey by usmg drther patterns - groups of black 



can be adjusted from the preference settings to 






the right one is net m\ easy task. But before you buy. 



of picture you are printing out. 



with static electricity and using this charge 



to help them bond to the paper Because of the 

be ob ta i n s J on the paper All laser prin te r s can 

man* 

some can even output at 1200 dpi. 

Bubbiefet printers use liquid ink which is 

r. The 

bubbli f st engine is a lot cheaper to produce than a 
laser printer, but can give a similar and in some 
case better resolution on the paper (360 dpi). Early 
bubble j et pr inte r s had trouble prin ti ng on some 
types of paper, because the ink didn't dry fast 
enough. This problem has been largely solved, but 



In the case of a dot matrix printer, this con- 



rs quite slow because multiple passes must be 
made. The results can be quite acceptable, but the 
ribbons do not last very long. 



(around £600) and can be quite cheap to maintain. 



The alternative colour printer s are dye 

1 sublimation or thermal transfer types. 

These tia n sf ei colour ink directly from solid sheets 



Unfortunately, although they are usually much 



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lot to run. Each page printed could cost up to a 



to use the parallel port. In order to avoid 
having to keep swapping cables bs tw s u your 
sampler and your printer, you can buy a printer 



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in the first of a series of workbench tutorials, Pat McDonald tells you how 

to find your way around the Workbench in a step-by-step guide. 

NEXT MONTH Pat will cover simple disk operations such as copying and 

deleting files and formatting disks. Take it away Mr McDonald... 



WORKBENCH IS A system which gives 
you control over various Amiga functions in as 
simple a way as possible. It doesn't demand a lot of 
knowledge to use Workbench, and many people 
swear Uiey learned more about it by experiment- 
ing than from studying the written words. But. 
assuming you want to understand your Amiga a lit- 
tle better, here goes. 

You control Workbench by using a system 
known as WIMP, which stands for Windows, Icons, 
Menus and Pointer. You use the mouse to move 
the pointer around the screen, and the mouse but- 
tons to click on your selections. 

One common point of confusion is, Why have 
two mouse buttons?' Well, the left one is used 
most commonly to click on windows and icons. 
The right button is used to select from overhead 
menus - the menu names don't appear until the 
right button is pressed and held down. 

WIMP systems such as Workbench came into 
fashion for personal computers about 10 years 
ago. Up to thai point, the only way for most peo- 
ple to use their computers was with a keyboard. 
Commands had to be meticulously typed, line by 
line, which is fine if you can type fast, but for a lot 
of people new to computers it was offputting. 

II you have not already done so, turn on your 
Amiga and insert a copy of your Workbench 
floppy disk. Only use die original copy to make 
working copies. Getting a replacement 



Workbench disk is very difficult, so you should 
duplicate it a couple of times and only use die 
copies. Keep the original safe! 

After about a minute or so, the Workbench 
screen will appear, showing die Workbench disk 
and the RAM (Random Access Memory) disk. 
Move the pointer to either icon and double click 
(click the left button twice rapidly) and a window 
showing the contents of the disk will open. Note 
that there is apparenUy nothing in the RAM disk, 
but quite a lot of stuff on the Workbench disk. 

A quick word about the RAM disk. This looks 
like a normal disk to Workbench, but everydiing 
in the RAM disk will be forgotten when the Amiga 
is turned off. It's a useful 'half-way house' when 
you want to keep a file handy, but you don't want 
it permanently. 

The windows showing the contents of the 
RAM and Workbench disks have different action 



WHICH WORKBENCH? 

This tutorial is for Workbench 3, as found 
on the A 1200 and A4000. If you have an 
A600 with Workbench 2, most of the infor- 
mation Is still relevant. 

If, you are using Workbench 1.3 or ear- 
lier, then you will notice fairly significant 
differences. If you have an early version of 
Workbench, we would suggest that the 
time to upgrade has probably arrived. 



areas or gadgets as they are called on the Amiga. 
These are areas that will react in some way when 
clicked on. To make an icon within a window do 
something, you must click twice rapidly - an activ- 
ity called double clicking. Do all the clicking with 
die left mouse button, the right button is for dis- 
playing the menus. 

Click on an icon within the Workbench win- 
dow, and hold down the left mouse button. Move 
the pointer on to the RAM disk, and let go of the 
button. The mouse pointer will change to a clock 
(lo show thai the Amiga is busy with a job) and the 
(loppy light will glow as die Amiga copies the file 
from floppy disk into RAM. Eventually, von will see 
what you clicked on appear in the RAM disk win- 
dow. This method of moving an icon around is 
called clicking and dragging. 

Once you've got got the hang of clicking and 
dragging, try taking a look at the Workbench 
menus. Just press and hold down the right mouse 
button, and move the pointer to the top of the 
screen. By moving the pointer across the menu 
titles, you'll get the menus to appear. Move the 
pointer down to the item you want to select, and 
let go of the right button. 

.As far as basic operations go, you're now ready 
to start using Workbench. Told you it was easy. 
Anyway, take a look at the following three pages to 
see exactlv what vou can do with the Workbench. 

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use the 

Workbench 
fonts to choose 
a typeface for your icons, 
menus and screen text 
display. You can easily 
add more fonts to your 
Workbench selection. 



This is where 

things like mon- 
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and printer drivers are 

stored. Look here if you 

can't find the printer 

driver you need. 



■ « The Workbench 
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of your Amiga. 
It contains all the pro- 
grams that make it the 
easy-to-use beast it is. 



A QUICK LOOK AT GADGETS 



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SCROLL BARS: drag to move 
the view of a window up, 
down, left or right. 



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size and proportions 
of a window. 



SETTING YOUR 



The way that Workbench looks and behaves can 
be altered quite a lot, by double clicking on the 
relevant Preference editor icon. Thev all do diller- 

4 

em jobs, although a few are inter-related to each 
other. All of these editors let vou save the setting'* 
you have chosen. Once saved to disk, the nr\t 
time vou boot Workbench from thai disk, \<>m 
chosen settings will be used. II you want to try the 
setting, click on Use. 

What's that Presets drawer for then? Quite 
often, vou find an Amiga program that likes a cei- 
tain preference setting - lor instance, one thai 
demands that the standard Topaz 8 font is used on 
Workbench. If vou are used to seeing a different 
font on Workbench, this son of Preference clash 

can cause problems. 

Hence the Presets drawer. All the Preference 
editors (except Time) can save certain setups into 
the Presets drawer. Io select a given set of 
Preferem es. all vou do is < lick on the relevant 



Preset icon with Create Icons enabled - it's in the 
editors Edit menu of nearh all the editors. This 
saves a lot of messing about if you want different 
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Fonts enables you 
to chose a type- 
face style loi 
three areas of 
Workbench. 
Workbench Icon 
Text is how 
name-. »«t icons are printed. System Default Text is 
used b\ most Workbench 2 or higher programs, as 
well as bv Workbench itself when viewing windows 
by Name. This is one that often causes problems 
with older soltware. Finally. Screen Text is used 
for all title bars, most requesters, and menus. 
Expect to change disks (Workbench for Fonts) if 
you are using a floppy based system - the Amiga 
will tell vou when. 



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an attractive backdrop pattern like this one. 



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mUm ^i thing at a lime - it 

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programs or tasks 

— at the same time. 

This is (ailed muliitasking. and the easiest pro- 
gram 10 show how it works is Dr/uxe Paint which 
practicallv .ill Amiga owners have a copy of. Bv 
clicking top right (Front Back) vou can shuttle 
between Woikbench and Ihtuxr I'mtiL or anv 

oilier programs thai multitask. 

Anywav, by holding down the left Amiga key 
(left of the space bar) you can drag Workbench 
up or down, io reveal am programs behind. You 



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These are general menu options that you don't use 
very often, although some can be useful. 

BACKDROP: normally, Workbench displays itself 
on a window. If you want to use every scrap of 
screen area, select this option to get rid of the 
window edges and leave a blank screen with the 
memory display at the top. 

EXECUTE COMMAND rather than fiddling around 
finding the Shell to type commands into, you can 
this to execute one Shell command. 



REDRAW ALL: if part of a window has been cor- 
rupted - rare but possible - this option comes 
into its own. it redraws all open windows and 
associated icons from scratch. 



(.hi also do this by clicking on the title bar of 
Workbench, bin some people prefer Io work by 
using the keyboard. 

Coercion is only used il vou are using 
Productivity or Interlaced graphics modes Oil one 
program, but not on another. If vou irv and mix 
non-interlaced with interlaced or Productivity 
screens, everything dickers. Click the Coercion 
options on to reduce (but not completely elimi- 
nate) this problem. 

Screen Menu Snap is used on overscan 
screens, so that the menus are always brought 
down into view when the right mouse button is 
(licked. The Text Killer (which is usually on) pre- 
vent! vou from typing control characters into your 
Amiga by holding down the control kev and hil- 
ling letters of the alphabet. 

INPUT 

This is used to 
select mouse and 
kevlnurd settings. 
Please note that 

the list of key- 
boards displayed 
here will not 
appear until you have dragged the relevant 
kevmaps from the Storage disk into the 
Dew Kevmaps drawer - thai is. the Keymaps 
drawer in the Devs drawer on your Workbench 
disk. It's only worth bothering to copy the ones 
you will be using. 

Although changing the mouse sellings is quite 
a novelty at first, most people lind the standard 
sellings fine for most purposes. The biggest prob- 
lem for beginners is usually the double-click 
delay. If you want to speed up the mouse move- 
ment, click on acceleration. This means vou won't 
have so much fine control, but it will enable vou to 
use your mouse in less desk space.- 




UPDATE ALL: this goes one better than Redraw All. 
Update looks at the disk to see if any window con- 
tents should be altered. Do an Update and then 
Redraw if you have copied a file using Shell, 
because this bypass the normal screen update. 

LAST MESSAGE: The top bar occasionally has mes- 
sages flashed on to it especially error messages. If 
missed it this option will bring it back up again. 

ABOUT: Gives details about Workbench versions, 
like the fact that it belongs to Commodore. 

QUIT: Quits Workbench. Pointless to most people. 



Tools 



ResetNB 



This menu appears to do 
nothing at all. in fact it's 
there for programs to put 
I themselves into the list. The 
sad reality is that most pro- 
grams don't bother. A shame - it would be nice to 
select any program you want from a menu. 

RESET WORKBENCH: this option clears down 
Workbench to its starting conditions in the eventu- 
ality of everything going horribly wrong. This saves 
you having to reset your Amiga and reload 
Workbench. (You reset the Amiga by pressing CTRL 
and holding down the two keys either side of the 
space bar). If you have done some serious messing 
around, a keyboard reset is often necessary any- 
way. Try this first though, it could save you time 
and considerable bother. 



ICONS 

in order to select 
anything from the 
icons menu, you 
must first select 
an icon or two to 
work on. Clicking 
once on an icon 
will select it. The 
border around the 
icon will change, 
and in most cases 
so will the shape 
of the icon (draw- 
ers spring open, 
for instance). 
Some choices only work with certain kinds of icon. 

OPEN: this performs exactly the same function as 
double clicking on an icon. 

COPY: this is usually used for copying disks. Just 
select a disk icon (choose this from the menu) and 
your Amiga will make a copy of the disk, prompting 
you for a blank disk when necessary. The words 
"copy of" will be added to the name of the icon. 



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RENAME: used for taking the words "copy of" off 
the beginning of disk names, and for calling icons 
whatever you want them to be called. It is good 
Amiga practice never to put spaces in the name of 
an icon. 



INFORMATION: very useful option this. It tells you 
the type of icon, its size in bytes (think of a byte as 
a character of text), whether or not it's readable, 
writable, editable and deletable, and also enables 
you add tool types to tool icons and default toots to 
project icons. 

SNAPSHOT: fixes the position of an icon in a win- 
dow and saves the information to the disk. 

UNSNAPSHOT: forgets the position of an icon in a 
window. It's easy to lose track of an icon with this, 
but it usually turns up if you select Clean Up from 
the Window menu. 

LEAVE OUT- instead of digging through disks and 
drawers to find an icon, you can leave it out on the 
Workbench screen, then use this option to stamp it 
there. When the disk containing the icon is detected 
by Workbench, it will display any left out icons as 
well as the disk icon. Saves information to the disk. 

PUT AWAY, reverse of Leave out. 

DELETE: obliterates a project, drawer or tool icon 
forever. Use with caution. 

FORMAT: only works on disks. Disks must be for- 
matted (blanked) before fresh information can be 
safely stored on them. Formatting erases all infor- 
mation from a disk, so use with extreme caution. 

EMPTY TRASH: only works with trashcans. All files 
in the trashcan will be deleted unless they are pro- 
tected in some way in which case an error code is 
displayed and the emptying process is stopped. 




Used to select var- 
ious language 
conventions, such 
as how a date is 
stored, whether to 
use a comma 
instead of a deci- 
mal point for money and other conventions that 
vary from country to country. As with keymaps. 
you need to drag files from your Storage disk to 
the Locale drawer in the Devs drawer of your 
Workbench disk. 

Note that minor differences between different 
national dialects (US English versus UK English) 
are handled, but needless to sav there's a limit to 
the customisation. The Storage disk is only so big. 
Locale works on a national rather than language 
basis. Although Workbench doesn't use the Time 
Zone setting, some utility programs do. 



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your Workbench 
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you want to use, 



the Overscan facility sets the borders used by 
Workbench. Click and drag the black boxes until 
the screen looks right. TVs and monitors take a 
while to warm up, so don't set this right away. 




Workbench cither 
uses four or eight 
colours, depend- 
ing on Colour 
Settings. Click on 



die Cycle gadget to choose which you want. Click 
on a particular colour to change (for instance, 
background colour) and then either fiddle 
around with the RGB sliders or click on the colour 
wheel to select a particular colour. 

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ing the active "target" spot 
for mouse clicks. Don't forget to click on Save if 
you come up with something good! 

PRINTER 

The number one 
problem for very 
many new Amiga 
users is that of 
getting a printer 
up and running. 
Despite the fact 
that Workbench 3 has fixed many of the problems, 
it still takes a lot of patience and trial and error to 
get a printer working just right. So be prepared to 
spend some time with this one. 

As with Keymaps and Locales, you have to 
drag a file (a printer driver) from the printers 
drawer on the Storage disk to the Devs/ Printers 
drawer on Workbench. The tricky question is, 
which one? They're all named after a certain stan- 
dard, but standards vary tremendously in the 
world of computers. 

A couple of general guidelines are thai 
EpsonX works with most printers, although it will 
not produce as good a printout as a custom driver. 
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printers. Apart from that, I regret it's down to try- 
ing them. Don't forget to delete duff printer 
driver files, otherwise your Workbench disk will fill 
up very quickly indeed. 

Anyway, once you've sorted that problem out, 
you use this editor to change paper sizes and mar- 
gins for printing out text. Note thai some Amiga 
drivers have been known to support US paper 
si/cs rather than IK ones, although this applies 
more to older versions of Workbench. 

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graphics and have 
a suitable printer driver selected with Printer in 
order to make use of this editor. So if you were 
planning on printing lots of lovely graphics five 
minutes after opening the box, forget it. The two 
main options that are tricky to understand are 
I hreshold and Didier. Threshold selects the satu- 

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EXTENDED SELECTION 

How do you select more than one icon at a time? 
There are two ways to do it. Either click and drag 
around a set of icons - the Amiga draws a rectan- 
gle around the area, and selects all items within 
it. This is fine when the two icons you want to 
select are together, but is a real pain otherwise. 
The other way involves using the keyboard. H 
you have a picture file on a disk, try this. First 
click once on the picture file icon, to select it 
Next press and hold either shift key on the key- 
board. Finally, double click on the Multiview 
utility. Multiview loads and displays the picture. 




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THOSE MENUS IN FULL 

WINDOW 

Before you can use these options, you must first 
select a window to work on by clicking somewhere 
inside it. Most options are to do with tidying the dis- 
play of windows, and so are only used occasionally. 

NEW DRAWER: 
when you want 
to organise some- 
where to put a 
collection of files, 
this makes a new 
drawer in a win- 
dow, and asks 
you to name it. 

OPEN PARENT: if 
a window is 
showing a 

drawer's contents, and you want to find out where 
the file is, use this. The Amiga gets confused if you 
have two drawers called the same name, so avoid 
doing this. 

CLOSE: used to shut a window. Identical to clicking 
in the top left corner of a window. 

UPDATE: Looks at what is in a drawer, and makes 
any necessary changes to the window display. 



ration level to prim at - the darkest colour to prim 
before leaving an area blank. Dither puts the dots 
of a graphics printout through a mathematical 
equation, which helps to blend blocky pixels. The 
other options are fairly easy to understand, it's the 
above two that have to be plaved with to get the 
best possible picture printout. 

Two other points - leave dithering off if you 
are using DTP software, which mixes graphics and 
text. Leave it up to the DTP software to dither. 
Also, quite a lew word processors and DTP pro- 
grams use their own Custom printer drivers, rather 
than the .selected one in Devs Printers. 



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PrinterpS is only 
relevant if you've 
got a PostScript laser printer, in which case you 
will be able to print out wonderfully smooth text 

SCREEIUMODE 

This controls the 
graphics resolu- 
tion dial 
Workbench uses. 
Although most 

people J 11 " 1 !' 

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mum res. 25r> colours, there are good reasons why 
you shouldn't do this. The biggest one is that it 
takes up lots of memory, and the other is that it 
slows down an AGA machine, such as a standard 
Al'JOO, with only Chip RAM. 

However, il vou are using Mulliview to displav 
graphics on your Workbench screen, or you are 
using WBPattern lor a graphics backdrop, you 
must set the colours and resolution for the picture 
properlv. otherwise Mulliview cuts down colours 
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icons within a drawer, use this. It saves holding 
down Shift and clicking on every individual icon. 

CLEAN UP' when a window looks all messed up, 
this option lines up all the icons into neat columns. 
The window shape should be adjusted first 
though. 

SNAPSHOT two options in one. Snapshot All locks 
the position of all icons in their current position. 
Snapshot Window records information about the 
current display - whether to show all the files or 
only the icons, and in which order form to show 
them (icons or text names). These changes are 
saved to disk. 

SHOW: two options again. Show Icons is the 
default and only shows files which have an icon. 
On the Amiga, this is a file with the same name, 
but ending in ".info". Show All Files shows every- 
thing, whether it has an icon or not. 

VIEW BY: There are four options on this. View By 
Icon is the default - this means windows have to 
be quite big, to show all the icons within them. 
View By Name gives an alphabetical listing of all 
the names. View By Date shows the files in the 
order in which they were put on to the disk (really 
useful if you have a real time clock fitted to your 
Amiga). View By Size shows the files in ascending 
order of volume. 



Avoid Productivity or Interlaced modes unless 
you have a suitable display - a multiscan or multi- 
sync monitor. A PC VGA monitor will display these 
resolutions, but not standard ones. A PC SVGA 
dual or multisync will work fine with all resolu- 
tions, assuming you can obtain the relevant 
Commodore interface, The DBLPAL and 
DBLNTSC settings work well with multiscan TVs. 



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make it play an 
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standard beep) to 
further alert vou 

to the fact that it's having problems. Cute but 

unnecessary for most people. 

TIME 

Use litis to set the 
time and date, if 
your Amiga has a 
real time clock. 
A 1200s don't as 
standard, but one 
can be fitted on an 
expansion in the trapdoor. Having and using such 
a clock helps keep track of things, because the 
Amiga date stamps files on disk. You can tell what 
your first notes were, and what is the final docu- 
ment, by seeing when the latest file was created. 

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select the correct 
speed, parity and 
handshaking protocol. II you want to use the 
RS232 port to communicate with other comput- 
ers, get hold of the Public Domain program 
XComm, because, it's much easier than doing it 
with Workbench. 



SO WHAT ELSE IS THERE? 

Here's a quick rundown on what else is on Workbench 
that we haven't had room to cover in detail- 



very important one this. To use the files on the Storagt 
disk, you first have to drag the icons from inside the 
Storage disk drawers to the relevant drawer in the 
Devs drawer on your Workbench disk. You can save 
yourself a lot of hassle by dragging the icons to the 
RAM disk, taking out Storage, putting in Workbench, 
then dragging the icons from RAM to your Devs/what- 
ever drawer. Only drag over the files you will use. 

EXPANSION DRAWER 

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hardware. Very rarely used by anything. 



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with software compatibility and running ARexx. 



Used to create 
pretty backdrop 
patients or use 
IFF picture files 

as backdrops, If 

you want a frilly 
Workbench, this 
will do it. Using a picture backdrop takes memory. 
The higher the resolution and number of colours 
used, the more menioiv that is consumed. O 



FIVE ICON TYPES 

If you click on an icon once to select it then choose 
Information from the icons menu, you can see 
what kind of icon it is. On the Amiga, there are five 
kinds of icon. These are Disks, Drawers, Trashcans, 
Tools and Projects. 

Going in reverse order; a Project is a data file, 
such as a picture or piece of text that you have cre- 
ated; a Tool is a program, such as Deluxe Paint or a 
word processor, for creating project files; a 
Trashcan is useful when you want to delete files - 
just chuck them in here and select Empty Trash; a 
Drawer is for keeping a group of files together; 
and a Disk icon is used for giving something to 
click on to get at all the other files! 



A set of commands for doing one off jobs, 
such as running a calculator program. The 
Commodities drawer here is for keeping 
track of mouse and keyboard input - check 
out the psychedelic Mouse Blanker program. 



UTILITIES DRAWER 

Contains Multiview (for showing pictures 
and playing sounds), the Workbench clock 
display program and More, an ancient pro- 
gram for displaying text. 



The drawer used by a very few hardware 
expansions. 

WBSTARTUP 

Programs stored here are run automatically 

when Workbench is loaded. 



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BITMAPS 

Blitz 2 BiLMap objects are used primarily For the 
purpose of rendering graphics. Most commands in 
Blitz 2 for generating graphics (excluding the 
Window and Sprite commands) depend upon a 
currently used BitMap. 

BitMap objects may be created in one of two 
ways. A BitMap may be created by using the 
BitMap command, or a BitMap may be 'borrowed' 
from a Screen using die ScreensBitMap com- 
mand. 

BitMaps have a width, a height and a depth. I! 
a BitMap is created using the ScreensBitMap com- 
mand, these properties are taken from the 
dimensions of the Screen otherwise these proper- 
lies must be specified. 

Statement: BitMap 

Syntax: BitMap BitMap#,Width,Height,Depth 

Modes: Amiga/Blitz 

BitMap creates and initialises a bitmap object. 

Once created, the specified bitmap becomes the 



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Depth specifies how many 
colours may be drawn onto 
the bitmap, and may be in 
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The actual colours available 
on a bitmap can be calculated 
using 2 A depth. For example, a 
bitmap of depth three allows for 
2 A 3 or eight colours. 

Statement: Use BitMap 
Syntax: Use BitMap BitMap# 
Modes: Amiga/Blitz 

Use BitMap defines the specified bitmap object as 
being the currendy used BitMap. This is necessary 
for commands, such as Blit, which require tin- 
presence of a currendy used BitMap. 

Statement: Free BitMap 

Syntax: Free BitMap BitMap* 

Modes: Amiga/Blitz 

Free BitMap erases all information connected to 




the specified bitmap. 

Any memory occupied by 

the bitmap is also deallocated. Once 

frce'd, a bitmap may no longer be used. 

Statement: CopyBitMap 

Syntax: CopyBitMap BitMap#,8itMap# 

Modes: Amiga/Blitz 

CopyBitMap will make an exact copy of a bitmap 

object into another bitmap object. The first 

BitMap# parameter specifies the source bitmap for 

the copy, the second BitMap# the destination. Any 





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;; loadbitmap from disk; 
Screen 0,3 "My Screen" 
ScreensBitMap 0,0 
LoadBitMap O.'MyPic.iff'.O 
Use Palette 
MouseWait 
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;; saving a bitmap; 
Screen 0,3,"My Screen" 
ScreensBitMap 0,0 
Circlet 160.100,50,3 
SaveBitmap O/'MyBitMap.ifT 
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;; simple blit shape example; 
Screen 0.3 
ScreensBitMap 0,0 
LoadShape 0,"MyShape.iff\0 
Use Palette 
Blit 0,0,0 
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;open a lores 8 colour screen 
;get it's bitmap 

;load an 8 colour lores picture 

'.display palette 

;wait for mouse button 



;lores 8 colour 

;get bitmap 

;draw a circle 

;create an IFF on disk 



;open an intuition screen 

.get its bitmap 

;load a shape from disk 

;use its palette 

;blit it onto the screen 



;; rotate shape example with qblit for smooth spinning; 

Screen 0,1 ;one colour screen 

ScreensBitMap 0,0 ;grab it's bitmap 

BitMapOutput ;use bitmap for 'Print' commands 

Queue 0. 1 ;set up a Q